In this paper, we will explore the connections between mathematics and dance, understood as a movement of the body itself. The idea is to use the human body and the space that surrounds it in order to introduce important concepts of Geometry and, in general, Mathematics. More precisely, building on the experimentations carried out in 2015, we will discuss how body cognition can be a fundamental tool in communicating and teaching maths.

GEOMETRY IN MOTION. BETWEEN RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

Benvenuti, Silvia;Giancamilli, Ilaria;Renieri, Alessandra
2017

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In this paper, we will explore the connections between mathematics and dance, understood as a movement of the body itself. The idea is to use the human body and the space that surrounds it in order to introduce important concepts of Geometry and, in general, Mathematics. More precisely, building on the experimentations carried out in 2015, we will discuss how body cognition can be a fundamental tool in communicating and teaching maths.
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