Third-order Viability in Radical Constructivism

Proceedings of the 39th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education Volume 4 Page 257-264 published_at 2016-06-23
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Third-order Viability in Radical Constructivism
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Proceedings of the 39th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
Volume 4
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In this paper, we will address the methodological problem of extending second-order models in radical constructivism. As a solution, we propose to convert second-order models to third-order viable first-order models. This conversion consists of identifying what information the students could not precisely access, in the case that their behaviors were the most rational in the situation. Because of this conversion, any converted model is expected to be viable, not only for the observer (first-order viable) and for the observed subject (second-order viable), but also for other persons (third-order viable). We will discuss the educational implications.
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Place; Hobart, AUSTRALIA Date; July 13-18, 2015
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Mathematics [ 410 ]
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eng
Resource Type conference paper
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PME
Date of Issued 2016-06-23
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Copyright (c) 2016 left to the authors (Standard Copyright License)
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[ISBN] 9781326664350