Methodology based on problem solving in the treatment of the concept of limit to infinity
Morales Carballo, Armando
Dolores Flores, Crisólogo
Nolasco Hesiquio, Hermes
Hernández Gómez, Juan Carlos
Sigarreta Almira, José María
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In this research, a methodological strategy it is raised for the assimilation of the concept of infinity limit in the teaching and learning of calculus at the University level. The strategy considers the contributions and theoretical elements of dialectical materialism and methodological elements and relies on the contributions of activity theory, problem solving and concept formation. It is wise to suggest that problem solving played central role in the process of assimilation of the concept of li mit to infinity.
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