Mathematical Thinking and Learning Through Robotics Play for Children With Critical Illness: The Case of Amelia
A 14-year old child with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia participated in 52 weeks of robotics task-based interviews. The authors asked the following questions during their research: Can robotics play support the devolution of a fundamental situation to an adidactic situation of mathematics for children who are critically ill? When children with critical illness engage in robotics play, what are the key features of the robotics phenomenon that support devolution to an adidactic situation?
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