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2021
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Ho, W. K., Looi, C. K., Huang, W., Seow, P., Chan, S. W., & Wu, L. (2021). Flowgorithm: A possible passage from algorithmic reasoning to creatively founded mathematical reasoning. In W.-C. Yang, D.B. Meade, & M. Majewski (Eds.), In Proceedings of the Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics (pp. 97-111). Mathematics and Technology, LLC.
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This paper argues that algorithm design in the sense of computational thinking (CT) does not involve only routinized procedural applications void of deep conceptual understanding of mathematics. By using the programming language Flowgorithm, we demonstrate how classroom tasks centred around algorithm design may be used to activate creatively founded mathematical reasoning (CMR) in mathematics students.
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