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Two studies evaluated preschool children's use of counting to solve different kinds of quantitative problems. Three uses of counting were considered: (a) counting to quantify a single set, (b) counting to compare two sets, and (c) counting to generate a set of a specified numerosity. In...
In Experiment 1, students studied an outline providing relevant background knowledge before reading an experimental text. This outline was organized either consistently or inconsistently with the structure of the text. Then participants performed a variety of tasks, either immediately or at a...
Several studies have emphasized the predominant influence of students' conceptions in the learning process in physics. But, more often than not, these conceptions are somehow considered in a negative way, as "errors." In this article we describe another approach, where students' conceptions were...
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