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|Title:||Improving learning in science and mathematics with exploratory and interactive computational modelling|
|Citation:||Neves, R., Silva, J., & Teodoro, V. (2011). Improving learning in science and mathematics with exploratory and interactive computational modelling. In G. Kaiser, W. Blum, R. Borromeo-Ferri & G. Stillman (Eds.), International Perspectives on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematical Modelling, Vol. 1, ICTMA14: Trends in Teaching and Learning of Mathematical Modelling (pp. 331-341). Dordrecht: Springer|
|Abstract:||Scientific research involves mathematical modelling in the context of an interactive balance between theory, experiment and computation. However, computational methods and tools are still far from being appropriately integrated in the high school and university curricula in science and mathematics. In this chapter, we present a new way to develop computational modelling learning activities in science and mathematics which may be fruitfully adopted by high school and university curricula. These activities may also be a valuable instrument for the professional development of teachers. Focusing on mathematical modelling in the context of physics, we describe a selection of exploratory and interactive computational modelling activities in introductory mechanics and discuss their impact on student learning of key physical and mathematical concepts in mechanics.|
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