When the fiction of learning is kept: A case of networking two theoretical views

Abstract : A case of networking two didactic phenomena - the Topaze effect and the Funnel communications pattern - through analyses of the same episode from two theoretical perspectives is presented. It shows how this networked analysis deepens insight into the kind of learning of the same episode through complementary views, how it strengthens the theoretical understanding the two phenomena as parts of the theories and how it uncovers blind spots of the theories themselves.
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Mariam Haspekian, Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs, Michèle Artigue. When the fiction of learning is kept: A case of networking two theoretical views. 37th international Conference of PME (International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education), Jul 2013, Kiel, Germany. pp.9-16. ⟨hal-01002969⟩

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