What We Say and How We Do: Action, Gesture, and Language in Proving
In this Brief Report, the authors share the main findings from their research into embodied cognition and proof activities. They discuss implications for assessment practices and teacher education and suggest directions for future research into embodied mathematical proof practices.
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