2 edition of Children"s understanding of angle at the primary/secondary transfer stage. found in the catalog.
Children"s understanding of angle at the primary/secondary transfer stage.
Gillian Susan Close
1982 by Polytechnic of the South Bank, Department of Mathematical Sciences and Computing in London .
Written in English
Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for thedegree of Master of Science in Mathematical Education of the Council for National Acadamic Awards in December 1981.
|Series||Research publications / Polytechnic of the South Bank, Faculty of Science & Engineering|
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Pupils' understanding of angle is investigated. Areas of difficulty and misconceptions are highlighted with a view to recommending improvements in the presentation of angle in primary school and remedial work to overcome problems in secondary school.
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