Research and Study Paths in the Teaching of Mathematics at Secondary school relative to the Rational Functions

María Paz Gazzola, Viviana Carolina Llanos, María Rita Otero

Abstract


This research proposes the teaching of mathematics in the secondary school by means of the Study and Research Paths (SRP). A longitudinal analysis has been carried out during two years with secondary school students (aged 15-17). The results obtained in the last part of the path are presented in the present work, during which the rational functions were studied. The aspects connected to the processes of mesogenesis, topogenesis and cronogenesis are analyzed, according to Chevallard in the Anthropologic Theory of Didactics (ATD).

Keywords


Mathematical Education; Research and Study Paths (RSP); Rational functions; Secondary Level.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/journal.v2i3.89

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