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|Other Titles:||Split, Guess & See: A Strategy to Look for the Eleven Developments of a Cube|
Li-chien Liang, Ning-Chun Tan, and Kai-Hsiang Yang
Science Education Center,National Normal University
This study is a pilot study for developing the curriculum about "looking for the eleven developments of a cube". For the purpose of finding out the difficulties and strategies when looking for the eleven development of cube, and in order to develop the more complete design curriculum of "looking for the eleven developments of a cube" in the "student-centered teaching and learning" way, we plan through the case-study. The student participate in this study is a seven grades student, and math scores is upper average of the class, about top 10%. Finally, we found out the three strategies of this student when she finishes looking for the eleven developments of a cube, three strategies are split, guess and see. You can split a cube to get a development, and you also can guess what development may splice it into a cube then splice it, and you also can split the cover of a cube to see how to split the cube into different development. These strategies are available for reference to the teachers who want to develop a "student-centered teaching and learning" course about "looking for the eleven developments of a cube".
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