A ten-year-old child's representations of motion

Kendall, Amber
2012

This paper presents the case study of a 10-year-old boy and the various representations he produces to express his ideas about the motion of a car through three clinical interviews. This work also provides an initial exploration of using animation (SAM Animation software, http://www.samanimation.com) as an alternative to conventional graphing in the elementary classroom, to quantitati... read more

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