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dc.titleApplications and modelling in mathematics teachingeng
dcterms.abstractThe aim of this paper is a comprehensive presentation of some important basic and general aspects of the topic applications and modelling, with emphasis on the secondary school level. Owing to the review character of this paper, some overlap with the survey paper Blum and Niss (1989) for ICME-6 in Budapest is inevitable. The paper will consist of three parts. In part 1, I shall try to clarify some basic concepts and remind the reader of a few application and modelling examples suitable for teaching. In part 2, I shall formulate some general aims for mathematics instruction and, on that basis, summarise the most important arguments for and against applications and modelling in mathematics teaching. Finally, in part 3, I shall discuss some relevant instructional aspects resulting from the considerations in part 2.eng
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dcterms.alternativeA review of arguments and instructional aspectseng
dcterms.bibliographicCitationIn: Teaching of mathematical modelling and applications / M. Niss ; W. Blum ; I. Huntley . - New York, NY [u.a.] : Horwood, 1991, S. 10-29
dcterms.creatorBlum, Werner
dcterms.isPartOfEllis Horwood series in mathematics and its applicationseng
dcterms.source.seriesEllis Horwood series in mathematics and its applications

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