It is impossible to teach problem solving

Szilárd András, Markku S. Hannula

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    In this short note we consider three major challenges to the idea that it is possible to teach problem solving: do the students learn to be better solvers of novel problems, or do they just learn standard solutions for new sets of routine tasks; developing problem solver's affective disposition is not teaching of "problem solving"; and simply solving tasks is not "teaching". Moreover for each challenge we outlined several particular issues that need to be clarified.
    Alkuperäiskielienglanti
    OtsikkoProceedings of the 40th Conference for the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education : PME40, Szeged, Hungary, 3–7 August, 2016
    ToimittajatCsaba Csíkos, Attila Rausch, Judit Szitányi
    Sivumäärä7
    VuosikertaVolume 1
    JulkaisupaikkaSzeged, Hungary
    KustantajaThe International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
    Julkaisupäivä2016
    Sivut75-81
    ISBN (painettu)978-1-365-45506-3
    TilaJulkaistu - 2016
    OKM-julkaisutyyppiA4 Artikkeli konferenssijulkaisuussa
    TapahtumaConference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education - Szeged, Unkari
    Kesto: 3 elokuuta 20167 elokuuta 2016
    Konferenssinumero: 40 (PME)

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    NimiProceedings of the International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
    Vuosikerta2016
    ISSN (painettu)0771-100X

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    András, S., & Hannula, M. S. (2016). It is impossible to teach problem solving. teoksessa C. Csíkos, A. Rausch, & J. Szitányi (Toimittajat), Proceedings of the 40th Conference for the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education: PME40, Szeged, Hungary, 3–7 August, 2016 (Vuosikerta Volume 1, Sivut 75-81). (Proceedings of the International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education; Vuosikerta 2016). Szeged, Hungary: The International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.
    András, Szilárd ; Hannula, Markku S. / It is impossible to teach problem solving. Proceedings of the 40th Conference for the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education: PME40, Szeged, Hungary, 3–7 August, 2016. Toimittaja / Csaba Csíkos ; Attila Rausch ; Judit Szitányi. Vuosikerta Volume 1 Szeged, Hungary : The International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, 2016. Sivut 75-81 (Proceedings of the International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education).
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    András, S & Hannula, MS 2016, It is impossible to teach problem solving. julkaisussa C Csíkos, A Rausch & J Szitányi (toim), Proceedings of the 40th Conference for the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education: PME40, Szeged, Hungary, 3–7 August, 2016. Vuosikerta Volume 1, Proceedings of the International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vuosikerta 2016, The International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Szeged, Hungary, Sivut 75-81, Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Szeged, Unkari, 03/08/2016.

    It is impossible to teach problem solving. / András, Szilárd; Hannula, Markku S.

    Proceedings of the 40th Conference for the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education: PME40, Szeged, Hungary, 3–7 August, 2016. toim. / Csaba Csíkos; Attila Rausch; Judit Szitányi. Vuosikerta Volume 1 Szeged, Hungary : The International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, 2016. s. 75-81 (Proceedings of the International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education; Vuosikerta 2016).

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    András S, Hannula MS. It is impossible to teach problem solving. julkaisussa Csíkos C, Rausch A, Szitányi J, toimittajat, Proceedings of the 40th Conference for the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education: PME40, Szeged, Hungary, 3–7 August, 2016. Vuosikerta Volume 1. Szeged, Hungary: The International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. 2016. s. 75-81. (Proceedings of the International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education).