2016
DOI: 10.5902/2179460x23170
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Visualização E Representação Geométrica Com Suporte Na Teoria De Van Hiele

Abstract: Resumo Este artigo apresenta um recorte de uma dissertação de mestrado profissional, concluída pela primeira autora, sob a orientação do segundo, a qual teve por objetivo desenvolver percepção visual e raciocínio geométrico em alunos de um 5º ano do Ensino Palavras-chave: Raciocínio geométrico; Habilidades visuais; Geometria; Teoria de Van Hiele Abstract This article presents a part of a master professional dissertation, completed by the first author, under the guidance of the second, which aimed to develop vi… Show more

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“…From an epistemological point of view, it is known that many students have difficulties in understanding geometric problems (Oliveira & Leivas, 2017;Cunha & Aguiar, 2019), for not having well-developed visualization and perception skills of geometric representations. Oliveira & Leivas (2017, p. 110) state that "Geometry requires the activity of the gaze with the understanding that an image drawn on a plane is the representation of a three-dimensional object".…”
Section: Cavalieri's Principlementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…From an epistemological point of view, it is known that many students have difficulties in understanding geometric problems (Oliveira & Leivas, 2017;Cunha & Aguiar, 2019), for not having well-developed visualization and perception skills of geometric representations. Oliveira & Leivas (2017, p. 110) state that "Geometry requires the activity of the gaze with the understanding that an image drawn on a plane is the representation of a three-dimensional object".…”
Section: Cavalieri's Principlementioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is a fact that Geometry is present everywhere, which reinforces the need for its understanding to understand the world around us. Thus, according to Oliveira & Leivas (2017), it is opportune to work with learning situations that encourage the student's thinking to establish relationships between spatial figures and their flat representations, seeking to develop, from their observations, different points of view, building and interpreting their representations. Breda, Trocado and Santos (2013) point out that the alternative of a three-dimensional visualization is presented as a way to facilitate the understanding of concepts by the student, which favors their learning.…”
Section: Theory Of Intuitive Reasoning Categories and Geogebramentioning
confidence: 99%
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