Experience, problem solving, and learning mathematics: Considerations in developing mathematics curricula

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLearning and teaching mathematical problem solving: Multiple research perspectives
StatePublished - 1985

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Thompson, P. W. (1985). Experience, problem solving, and learning mathematics: Considerations in developing mathematics curricula. In Learning and teaching mathematical problem solving: Multiple research perspectives

Experience, problem solving, and learning mathematics: Considerations in developing mathematics curricula. / Thompson, Patrick W.

Learning and teaching mathematical problem solving: Multiple research perspectives. 1985.

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Thompson, PW 1985, Experience, problem solving, and learning mathematics: Considerations in developing mathematics curricula. in Learning and teaching mathematical problem solving: Multiple research perspectives.
Thompson PW. Experience, problem solving, and learning mathematics: Considerations in developing mathematics curricula. In Learning and teaching mathematical problem solving: Multiple research perspectives. 1985
Thompson, Patrick W. / Experience, problem solving, and learning mathematics: Considerations in developing mathematics curricula. Learning and teaching mathematical problem solving: Multiple research perspectives. 1985.
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