Examining the Qualities of Schema in Topology

event Monday, February 17, 2020
access_time 12:30 PM
room PHSC 430

Abstract: According to Skemp (1979), a schema is a structure of connected concepts that determines the effectiveness of our director systems. He defines many qualities of a schema, including the strength of connections and the existence of higher-order schemas. We use undergraduate-level Topology tasks to investigate two examples of rich schemas to learn more about these two qualities and to see what they may look like practically.

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