Teachers, pedagogical skills, and the obstacle of intuition

When a task calls for intuitive knowledge, as in “subtracting means taking something away,” its complexity often goes unnoticed. However, when intuitions are not mobilized – having to grasp, for instance, that subtracting means “finding the difference” – the task is considered difficult, and seemingly requires the use of specific educational strategies. Researchers at the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, have demonstrated that teachers sometimes struggle to understand the difficulties encountered

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Christian Hoffeldt

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