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000070966 100__ $$0(orcid)0000-0002-1275-9976$$aBeltrán-Pellicer, P.$$uUniversidad de Zaragoza
000070966 245__ $$aMovies and TV series fragments in mathematics: Epistemic suitability of instructional designs
000070966 260__ $$c2018
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000070966 5203_ $$aThere are plenty of books, journals and online sites devoted to the relationship between mathematics and cinema, and its educational applications, whose interest is to explore the pertinence of the instruction processes that can be designed around this resource. Instead of watching a full production, mathematics teachers that include movies and TV series in their classroom sessions, usually show short fragments, so the first step should be to consider these fragments alone to identify the mathematical objects and the involved meanings and representations. For this purpose, we use some theoretical notions from the Onto- Semiotic Approach to research in mathematics education, applying them to three excerpts from a movie and to some typical tasks designed based on them. The analysis of the involved mathematical content allows to reflect about the epistemic suitability of the instruction process, in terms of how aligned they are with the institutional meanings. The results show that it is possible to achieve a high suitability level but, most importantly, that this kind of analysis promotes teacher reflection to design teaching and learning processes.
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000070966 700__ $$aMedina, A.
000070966 700__ $$aQuero, M.
000070966 7102_ $$12006$$2200$$aUniversidad de Zaragoza$$bDpto. Matemáticas$$cÁrea Didáctica Matemática
000070966 773__ $$g26, 1 (2018), 16-26$$pInt. j. innov. sci. math. educ.$$tInternational journal of innovation in science and mathematics education$$x2200-4270
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