TITLE

Öteleme Dönüşümünün Wingeom-tr Ortamında Vektörler Yardımıyla Öğretimi

AUTHOR(S)
Faydacı, Seda; Zembat, İsmail Özgür
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
Ilkogretim Online;Jan2012, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p173
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study investigated the kinds of understandings required to conceptually develop the meaning of translations at the elementary school level. For this purpose, a curriculum piece supported by the use of a geometry software, called Wingeom-tr, was developed and applied to four sixth graders via teaching experiment methodology. As a result, how participants made sense of translations and the constructs necessary to understand translations, the kinds of difficulties participants experienced, the (dis)advantages of using Wingeom-tr in teaching translations, and the kind of experience gained from the curriculum development were analyzed. Such analyses were guided by the use of drawing-figure theoretical framework offered by Parsyzz and Laborde. Results indicate that understanding vectors is necessary in abstracting the meaning of translations. Additionally, use of a dynamic environment such as Wingeom-tr followed by static environment (paper-pencil environment) fosters the learning process.
ACCESSION #
71927290

 

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