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I love that last one. I’ll use it in class to get students to reflect more on their own problem solving techniques.

[…] shows how a mathematician and a typical students solve a problem by Jason Dryer in his post “Some research discoveries”. I thought I should show it here and add my own graph about my own […]

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Julia Tsygan, on November 5, 2010 at 4:21 pm said:I love that last one. I’ll use it in class to get students to reflect more on their own problem solving techniques.

Doing problem solving « Mathematics for Teaching, on March 20, 2011 at 6:20 am said:[…] shows how a mathematician and a typical students solve a problem by Jason Dryer in his post “Some research discoveries”. I thought I should show it here and add my own graph about my own […]