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The development of mathematical thinking in normal children and those with learning difficulties


Abstract


A methodological proposal to encourage development of skills' logic.

Keywords

Educational Technology; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL); Computers; Learning; Disabilities; Information and Communication Technology (ICT); Matemathical thinking

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17471/2499-4324/748

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Italian Journal of Educational Technology (IJET) | ISSN (print) 2532-4632 | ISSN (online) 2532-7720