[Seminario] RECORDATORIO INVITACIÓN SEMINARIO CONJUNTO CIAE & CMM, U. DE CHILE JUEVES 06 DE SEPTIEMBRE A LAS 16:30 HRS.

Maria Ines Rivera mrivera en dim.uchile.cl
Jue Sep 6 07:55:42 -03 2018


Estimados Académicos y Alumnos,

Se les recuerda que hoy  jueves 06 de septiembre a las 16:30 hrs, se 
realizará el seminario conjunto del *Centro de Investigación Avanzada en 
Educación (CIAE) *y el *Centro de Modelamiento Matemático (CMM) de la 
Universidad de Chile*, en la sala de seminarios ubicada en el segundo 
piso de la Casa Amanda Labarca, ubicada en Centro de Investigación 
Avanzada en Educación Universidad de Chile, Calle Periodista José 
Carrasco Tapia (Ex Belgrado) nº 75.Metro Baquedano Santiago, Chile

*La exposición de este seminario, será en Ingl**és. *

*Seminario Conjunto*

*Centro de Investigación Avanzada en Educación (CIAE) & **Centro de 
Modelamiento Matemático (CMM)
Universidad de Chile*
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Expositor **

**Boris Koichu**
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**Weizmann Institute of Science – Israel

Título
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**Bridging our knowledge of how problem solving occurs and how to 
enhance it in mathematics classrooms

Abstract: *

The talk is about an exploratory model of mathematical problem solving 
in instructional context. The model is confluence in nature and aims at 
bridging the knowledge of how problem solving occurs and the knowledge 
of how to enhance problem solving.The model relies on the premise that a 
key solution idea to a problem can be constructed as a shift of 
attention induced by some of the following resources: individual 
knowledge, interactions with peers and interactions with a source of 
knowledge about solutions to the problem. The use of the resources is 
mediated by certain choices available to the solver. The solver choices 
are in turn stipulated by the choices made by the teacher while 
engineering the instructional situation in which problem solving occurs. 
Furthermore, the teacher choices are stipulated by extents of his or her 
commitment to the perceived needs of the main stakeholders involved in 
the situation. The model can be used as a pedagogical tool for informing 
design of problem-based learning environments and as a research tool for 
documenting, analyzing and explaining different phenomena related to 
problem solving. In the talk, theoretical argument will gradually emerge 
from consideration of selected mathematical problems and results of 
several empirical studies.

/Boris Koichu obtained his PhD in mathematics education from Technion, 
Haifa – Israel in 2004. He is a postdoctoral fellow from University 
ofCalifornia – San Diego and associate professor at Weizmann Institute 
of Science in Israel. His research agenda centers on mathematical 
problem solving andmathematical proof. Dr. Koichu has extensively 
published his work in the most important journals in the field. 
Currently, Dr. Koichu is collaborating with Dr. Patricio Felmer in 
research related to scaling up mathematical problem solving in school./

Esta sesión se desarrollará el *_jueves 6 de de septiembre, entre las 
16:30 y 18 horas_*, en la sala de seminarios ubicada en el segundo piso 
de la Casa Amanda Labarca, ubicada en Centro de Investigación Avanzada 
en Educación Universidad de Chile, Calle Periodista José Carrasco Tapia 
(Ex Belgrado) nº 75.Metro Baquedano Santiago, Chile

Esperando contar con su presencia, les saluda,

Ma. Inés Rivera


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