Secondary students’ proof constructions in mathematics: The role of written versus oral mode of argument representation
Review of Education
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Stylianides, A. (2019). Secondary students’ proof constructions in mathematics: The role of written versus oral mode of argument representation. Review of Education, 7 (1), 156-182. https://doi.org/10.1002/rev3.3157
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