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Developing digital scaffolding modules to support oral description skills - Results of a teacher survey

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Oral descriptions of mathematic phenomena are indispensable for mathematic conversations in primary school but pose challenges for learners on a conceptual and linguistical level. Digital media offers potential to foster the oral descriptive skills, but the application of digital language scaffolding in mathematics has not been researched yet. Therefore, a digital scaffolding tool addressing primary school learners' oral descriptions of mathematical patterns and structures using the app 'Book Creator' is being developed in a design research project following the Integrative Learning Design Framework. This paper reports on teachers' evaluation of a prototype and its already implemented design principles, in order to identify implications and suggestions for the development in further micro-cycles. Results show that the current version is considered to be fruitful for primary school learners already but should be revised concerning the linguistic level and the cognitive activation.
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hal-03748983 , version 1 (10-08-2022)

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Sophie Tittel, Karina Höveler, Franziska Tilke. Developing digital scaffolding modules to support oral description skills - Results of a teacher survey. Twelfth Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME12), Feb 2022, Bozen-Bolzano, Italy. ⟨hal-03748983⟩

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