Embodied Spatial Articulation

Embodied spatial articulation is an individual’s design-facilitated negotiation between personal and cultural resources pertaining to the visuo–spatiality of mathematical situations and representations. The personal resources are proto-mathematical action-based images, and the cultural resources are the appropriate seeing-in-using of classroom spatial–numerical artifacts. Embodied spatial articulation, I conjecture, underpins human interacting with epistemic artifacts historically, developmentally, in the designer’s workshop, and in classroom space–time. [read more]