Communication skills enabled in a pre-calculus course using dynamic geometry software
Sandra Evely Parada Rico 1 , Angèlica Mayerly Velasco Mèndez 1 , Jorge Fiallo 1 *
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1 Universidad Industrial de Santander, Santander, COLOMBIA* Corresponding Author


This article is the result of a research project that aimed to characterize the communication skills developed by students who solved problems of seven workshops related to the notions of variation and change within the framework of a pre-calculus laboratory course mediated by interactive mathematical software at a Colombian public university. Data analysis was performed considering the characterization of the skills of interpretation, explanation, and justification, which are fundamental for the communication process of variational thinking. Here we show evidence of the identification of communicative skills manifested by students when solving problems involving the use of the notions of variation, tendency, and approximation.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 19, Issue 3, March 2023, Article No: em2235

Publication date: 01 Mar 2023

Online publication date: 20 Feb 2023

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