A research on proof perceptions and attitudes towards proof and proving: Some implications for elementary mathematics prospective teachers
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The study was conducted with elementary mathematics prospective teachers in 2011-2012 academic years in the education faculty of Necatibey. In this research, the prospective teachers' proof perceptions, the effect of proof perceptions to the process of proving; whether their attitudes towards proof and proving differentiate concerning their proof perceptions were studied. It was found that the types of proof perceptions of the prospective teachers had an effect on the process of proving and their attitudes towards proof and proving could change concerning their proof perception. A typed prospective teachers got higher attitude scores towards proof and proving than the others.
Source4th World Conference on Educational Sciences (WCES-2012)
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