Uniandes
Funes
Ministerio de Educacion
Funes

Analysis of the critical attitude of university social sciences students toward the use of computing software

Pestano, Celina; González, Concepción; Gil, Mª. Candelaria (2021). Analysis of the critical attitude of university social sciences students toward the use of computing software. Revista Latinoamericana de Investigación en Matemática Educativa RELIME, 24(1), pp. 35-60 .

[img]
Vista Previa
PDF - Versión Publicada
Disponible bajo la licencia Creative Commons No Comercial Sin Derivar.

2357Kb

URL Oficial: http://www.relime.org

Resumen

This research is in the context of university mathematics education for social sciences students, in particular, in the fields of economics, business, accounting and finance. It arises from the observed deficiency in the training of students that leads them to trust the accuracy of results obtained through any specialized and widely recognized mathematical software. Some of them know that the software can be mistaken, however they believe that it will only occur in exercises at a far higher level than that affecting them, meaning those involving strictly scientific areas. The research confirms that this blind trust is true, and justifies why they should have a critical attitude toward the use of software at any level. It also provides one of multiple answers to the question that some of them ask: why devote class time to the methods and certain steps in the algorithms if the computer can solve the exercises?

Tipo de Registro:Artículo
Términos clave:12. Investigación e innovación en Educación Matemática > Tipos de estudio > Otro (tipos de estudio)
06. Aprendizaje > Procesos cognitivos > Pensamiento matemático
03. Aula > Recursos didácticos > Recursos informáticos > Software
Nivel Educativo:Título de grado universitario
Código ID:25523
Depositado Por:Monitor Funes 1
Depositado En:15 May 2022 10:28
Fecha de Modificación Más Reciente:15 May 2022 10:28
Valoración:

Personal del repositorio solamente: página de control del documento


Comentarios

Agregar Comentario