presented by Jose Fonseca
November 16, 2017

People who learn to solve problems in mathematics develop the ability to visualize concepts and also to manipulate them symbolically. Both - visual imagination and mental manipulation- require holding images in memory and transforming them. When visualization occurs, it helps both student and the teacher. We will discuss and examine visualization in a general way by means of a set of problems in different contexts that could be used for an entire class session.