Teaching and Learning Patterns in School Mathematics: Psychological and Pedagogical Considerations
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This book draws on research findings on patterns in the last twenty years or so in order to argue for a theory of graded representations in pattern generalization.The alternative view of pattern generalization processing is not about permanent shifts or transition phases but graded and multimodal depending on individual learners’ experiences with patterns. Department of Mathematics
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Rivera, Ferdinand, "Teaching and Learning Patterns in School Mathematics: Psychological and Pedagogical Considerations" (2013). Books by SJSU Authors. Book 73.