Estudio de caso sobre los procesos de modelización matemática de los estudiantes teniendo en cuenta el nivel de rendimiento

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https://doi.org/10.4995/msel.2022.16506

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Diferenciación natural, modelización matemática, rendimiento matemático, análisis de contenido cualitativo

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La heterogeneidad puede tenerse en cuenta en el aula mediante el uso de tareas de autodiferenciación. En este sentido, desde el punto de vista matemático-didáctico, las tareas de modelización tienen un interés especial. El artí­culo se centra en la dimensión de heterogeneidad del rendimiento matemático y la competencia de modelización de los alumnos de 15 años. Se describirán los primeros resultados de un estudio de caso en el que se analiza en qué medida los procesos de una tarea de modelización varí­an con respecto al aspecto de los niveles de rendimiento.

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