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The task of teaching heuristics with the goal of developing the kind of flexible skills Polya describes is a sometimes daunting task. (p. 354) In this sense, Davis and Hersh (1985), after analyzing an example that shows the heuristic of Polya in action, wonder: Do these ideas work in the classroom? The assessment of attempts to transform Polya’s ideas into pedagogical practice is difficult to interpret. Apparently there is more to teaching than the good idea of a teacher. (p. 327) All these authors, Stanic and Kilpatrick (1989), Schoenfeld (1992) and Davis and Hersh (1985), stressed that it is not easy to implement problem solving in the classroom, an assertion that has certainly not impeded attempts to do so.
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Latour’s work (1987) also seems to be the basis for the notion of cognitive ecology that is proposed by Ltvy in many of his books. These three authors have a common reference to 22 Chapter 2 social actors, and they cannot see the intershaping relationship between them and an ’inoffensive medium’ such as orality or writing. As they are not able to account for that influence, they believe that cognition was developed independently of media. LCvy (1993) emphasizes that media have always been intertwined with the history of humanity.
Algèbre, solutions developpees des exercices, 3eme partie, Les grands theoremes [Algebra] by Mac Lane, Birkhoff, Delorme, Lavit, Mezard, Raoult