Impact of theoretical perspectives on the design of mathematical modelling tasks

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Impact of theoretical perspectives on the design of mathematical modelling tasks. / Barquero, Berta; Jessen, Britta Eyrich.

I: Avances de Investigacion en Educacion Matematica, Bind 17, 01.05.2020, s. 98-113.

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Barquero, B & Jessen, BE 2020, 'Impact of theoretical perspectives on the design of mathematical modelling tasks', Avances de Investigacion en Educacion Matematica, bind 17, s. 98-113.

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Barquero, B., & Jessen, B. E. (2020). Impact of theoretical perspectives on the design of mathematical modelling tasks. Avances de Investigacion en Educacion Matematica, 17, 98-113.

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Barquero B, Jessen BE. Impact of theoretical perspectives on the design of mathematical modelling tasks. Avances de Investigacion en Educacion Matematica. 2020 maj 1;17:98-113.

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Barquero, Berta ; Jessen, Britta Eyrich. / Impact of theoretical perspectives on the design of mathematical modelling tasks. I: Avances de Investigacion en Educacion Matematica. 2020 ; Bind 17. s. 98-113.

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