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01/04/2004 · Although proof and reasoning are seen as fundamental components of learning mathematics, research shows that students continue to struggle with understanding geometric proofs. In an exploratory study, we investigated two components of students’ understanding—their agreement with principles of proof understanding and their ability to construct proofs. This study focused on the … To Survey what Students Value in Mathematics Learning Translation and adaptation to Swedish language and context of an international survey, focusing on what students find important in mathematics learning. Lisa Österling Abstract This is a methodological thesis of the translation and adaptation process of an international survey

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