Historia de las Matemáticas para la formación de maestros

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María Santágueda Villanueva
Gil Lorenzo-Valentin

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La gran parte del alumnado que nos encontramos en las aulas del grado de maestro o maestra en educación primaria es desconocedor de los hechos históricos que ocurrieron alrededor del personaje que produjo el contenido matemático que trabajamos, ni tampoco las consecuencias que se han plasmado en el currículo que trabajarán con sus futuros alumnos y alumnas. Siguiendo la teoría de Jankvist (2009) y la experiencia de Furinghetti (2007), emulamos una pequeña experiencia con nuestro alumnado para observar cómo es de útil la historia matemática en el momento de enseñar y aprender matemáticas La consecuencia principal ha sido que nuestro alumnado fue más consciente del proceso histórico-evolutivo de las matemáticas y su perfil más humano y dinámico reforzando así las múltiples miradas que su futuro alumnado pueda tener sobre los contenidos matemáticos.


 


 

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Santágueda Villanueva, M., & Lorenzo-Valentin, G. (2019). Historia de las Matemáticas para la formación de maestros. Matemáticas, educación Y Sociedad, 2(2), 19-32. Recuperado a partir de http://mesjournal.es/ojs/index.php/mes/article/view/25
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