Piagetian roots of models-and-modeling perspective in mathematics education

Annual Conference of the Jean Piaget Society 2014


Piagetian and Vygotskian Roots of the Models-and-Modeling Perspective in mathematics education
Sevinç, Şerife (2019-07-26)
Fibonacci Numbers, Basis Reduction, and Integer Programming
Patakı, Gabor; Tural, Mustafa Kemal (null; 2007-11-03)
Futurist thinking in urbanism: a retrospective & prospective view in the global context of transforming socio-economic structures
Efeoğlu, Hulusi Eren; Çalışkan, Olgu; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2018)
The idea of future has always emerged as a major concept for humanity. Each and every period of the civilizations, there has been always a motivation for people to manifest their ideal futures. In the context of urbanism, the intellectual capacity of utopian thinking has influenced most of the discussions on urbanism during the history. In this regard, destructive impacts of industrial revolutions have become the triggering forces to construct the ideal image of the future city. When the first industrial re...
Husserl's conception of intentionality phenomenological analysis of noesis and noema
Gözetlik, Servet; İnam, Ahmet; Department of Philosophy (2003)
Husserl̕s phenomenology can be analyzed simply by relying on the conception of intentionality. What I want to do is to put forward the logical grounds on which I can construct an acceptable account of Husserl̕s theory of intentionality. For this aim, firstly, I need to put some light on the nature of intentional acts or experiences.This suggests us that there is a close connection between the acts and what they are directed towards. Actually many have specified the relation between the act and the object, b...
Fibonacci series-based pairwise comparison scale for analytic hierarchy process
Can Ylldlrlm, Boǧaç; Karakaya, Gülşah; Gönül, Mustafa Sinan (2021-01-01)
The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is one of the most widely used quantitative tools in multi-criteria decision-making problems. Despite its popularity and use due to its simple but systematic procedure, AHP has limitations especially in terms of the numerical comparison scale used in one of its core steps: pairwise comparisons. AHP is based on verbal comparisons of alternatives/criteria, which are, then, converted into quantitative scores with a one-To-one mapping between the verbal comparisons and a pre...
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Ş. Sevinç, “Piagetian roots of models-and-modeling perspective in mathematics education,” presented at the Annual Conference of the Jean Piaget Society 2014, 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: