@article {MATHEDUC.06597734,
author = {Green, Kris and Ricca, Bernard P.},
title = {Integration through a card-sort activity.},
year = {2015},
journal = {Investigations in Mathematics Learning},
volume = {8},
number = {1},
issn = {1947-7503},
pages = {1-22},
publisher = {Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML), Memphis, TN; Taylor \& Francis (Routledge), Philadelphia, PA},
abstract = {Summary: Learning to compute integrals via the various techniques of integration (e.g., integration by parts, partial fractions, etc.) is difficult for many students. Here, we look at how students in a college level Calculus II course develop the ability to categorize integrals and the difficulties they encounter using a card sort-resort activity. Analysis of the data required the use of several non-standard techniques which provided interesting insights into the ways students develop categories in mathematics. One finding of note is that students may need a significant amount of time ``off topic'' to allow sufficient time to fully organize their schema for integration.},
msc2010 = {I55xx (D85xx)},
identifier = {2016d.00774},
}