Designing hypermedia tools for solving problems in mathematics

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This article presents the design and preparation using hypermedia tools of an interactive CD-ROM for the active teaching and learning of diverse problem-solving strategies in Mathematics for secondary school students. The use of the CD-ROM allows the students to learn, interactively, the heuristic style of solving problems. A range of problems has been used, each of which requires different solving strategies. A complementary section for consulting the theoretical foundations for the process of solving problems and other related information is also included on the CD-ROM. This section provides both theoretical and curriculum support for teachers. © 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd.




Sánchez, J. C., Encinas, L. H., Fernández, R. L., & Sánchez, M. R. (2002). Designing hypermedia tools for solving problems in mathematics. Computers and Education, 38(4), 303–317.

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