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Kuzle, A., & Dohrmann C. (2014).  Unpacking Children's Angle "Grundvorstellungen”: The Case of Distance “Grundvorstellung” of 1° Angle. (Liljedahl, P., & Sinclare N., Ed.).PME 38. PDF icon RR_Kuzle-Dohrmann-submitted.pdf (683.57 KB)
Kuzle, A., Pavlekovic M., Kolar-Begovic Z.., & Kolar-Super R.. (2013).  The interrelations of the cognitive, and metacognitive factors with the affective factors during problem solving. Mathematics teaching for the future . 250–260.
Kuzle, A. (2013).  Patterns of metacognitive behavior during mathematics problem-solving in a dynamic geometry environment. International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education. 8(1), 20–40.
Kuzle, A. (2012).  Investigating and communicating technology mathematics problem solving experience of two preservice teachers. Acta Didactica Napocensia. 5(1), 1–10.
Kuzle, A., & Artigue M. (2012).  Characterization of preservice teachers’ patterns of metacognitive behavior and the use of Geometer’s Sketchpad. The didactics of mathematics: Approaches and issues. A Hommage to Michèle Artigue.
Kuzle, A. (2012).  Preservice teachers’ patterns of metacognitive behavior during mathematics problem solving in a dynamic geometry environment. (Ludwig, M., & Kleine M., Ed.).46. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Mathematik. 2, 513–516.
Kuzle, A. (2011).  Preservice teachers’ patterns of metacognitive behavior during mathematics problem solving in a dynamic geometry environment.
Kuzle, A. (Submitted).  Nature of metacognition in a dynamic geometry environment. LUMAT – Research and Practice in Math, Science and Technology Education.
Kuzle, A. (Submitted).  Unpacking the nature of problem solving processes in a dynamic geometry environment: Different technological effects. Journal für Mathematik-Didaktik.
Kuzle, A. (Submitted).  Problem solving as an instructional method: The case of strategy-open problem “The treasure island problem”. LUMAT – Research and Practice in Math, Science and Technology Education.
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