Date of Award/Publication

Spring 2003

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

MS in Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education

Abstract

Organization and sequencing skills are difficult for many students, especially when constructing geometric proofs. Often they are presented with a large amount of information and have many theorems available to use. However, they are unable to put the given and deduced information together in a logical order. This paper is a study of the use of concept maps in the instruction of geometric proofs.

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