In this study, we focus on the students’ objectification of the recursion step, intended as a process of generalization in the sense of Radford (2001). Building on Radford’s model, we elaborate levels of generalization of the recursion step and use them to analyze the processes activated by secondary school students during collaborative activities with geometric recursive sequences. The analysis allows us to identify different levels reached by the students in grasping the recursion step and their transitions between these levels.

Levels of generalization in the objectification of the recursion step / Nannini Bernardo; Telloni Agnese Ilaria. - ELETTRONICO. - 3:(2022), pp. 235-242. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 45th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education tenutosi a Alicant, Spain nel 17-23 July 2022.

Levels of generalization in the objectification of the recursion step

Nannini Bernardo
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2022

Abstract

In this study, we focus on the students’ objectification of the recursion step, intended as a process of generalization in the sense of Radford (2001). Building on Radford’s model, we elaborate levels of generalization of the recursion step and use them to analyze the processes activated by secondary school students during collaborative activities with geometric recursive sequences. The analysis allows us to identify different levels reached by the students in grasping the recursion step and their transitions between these levels.
Proceedings of the 45th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
45th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
Alicant, Spain
17-23 July 2022
Goal 4: Quality education
Nannini Bernardo; Telloni Agnese Ilaria
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