Embodied instrumentation: reificaton of sensorimotor activity into a mathematical artifact
The poster proposes a theoretically grounded vision on the position of mathematical artifacts in a learning trajectory. Based on instrumental, radical embodied, and culture-historical approaches, we propose a new design principle for computer-based design sequences: reification of enacted coordinations. A design study for trigonometry learning is described.
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