AR4MATH Resources

The general aim of our activities is to engage students in covariational reasoning as they learn mathematics in an AR-rich environment through inquiry-based learning. Hence, the tasks in this activity are built upon two theoretical principles: inquiry-based learning and levels of covariational reasoning. The former comprises three stages: conjecturing, experimenting and organizing knowledge; the latter comprises five levels of covariational reasoning according to Thompson and Carlson (2017).

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Hooke's Law Activity

This activity comprises six tasks that aim at guiding students’ engagement in high-level covariational reasoning.

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Galileo’s Activity

This activity comprises four tasks that aim at guiding students’ engagement in high-level covariational reasoning.

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