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n Learning and Teaching Mathematics - Teaching students logical reasoning

Volume 2006, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 1990-6811

Abstract

In this paper we consider applications of logical connectives and the laws of logic in the process of mathematical education. One of the basic goals in education is that students obtain knowledge and mastery (Nesher and Kilpatrick, 1990). Another one, which is of no less importance, is to enhance students' logical reasoning (Dunkin and Barnes, 1986? Casanovas, 2003). Then a natural question arises : 'How can we teach them reasoning?'. Is it necessary to introduce a separate subject devoted to a study of human reasoning or can a student develop reasoning skills while studying different subjects?

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2006-02-01
2019-10-23

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