Space and Perspective is meant to be used as a resource with learners geared towards learning the complexity of our world. The site features multiple cases (postings) that allow us to investigate space, perspective, dimension, and mathematics as it exists in complex, real-world instances. The geometric investigations being developed on this site are guided by Cognitive Flexibility Theory (see Sprio et al, 1988), Realistic Mathematics Education (see Freudenthal), and an emergent, interactionist perspective of learning environments (see Cobb and Yackel, 1996).

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