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Daily lesson planning deviates — particularly with experienced teachers — considerably from the patterns taught in teacher education. Empirical studies in various countries show a relatively homogenous picture of the process which emerges from professional experience. It is the conflict between...
At the turn from the 18th to the 19th century in Germany the transition from a system of parallel and isolated lectures to an age-graded system of school classes took place. It was part of the institutionalization of general humanistic education. When the Prussian school reformers began...
Games of chance have played an outstanding role in probability ever since its beginning. Besides obvious chances for teaching they bear a substantial disadvantage: There is hardly any discrepancy between “reality” and model. The possible solutions thus get a normative character. Problems with...
There is at least one essential aspect of instructional learning processes, which was not sufficiently observed in the didactics of mathematics tradition of genetic teaching: the importance of internal preconditions of learning. Concepts or strategies, the pupil has already available, are in...
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