Current Trends in the Use of Eye Tracking in Mathematics Education Research: A PME Survey

04/26/2019 ∙ by Achim J. Lilienthal, et al. ∙ 0

Eye tracking (ET) is a research method that receives growing interest in mathematics education research (MER). This paper aims to give a literature overview, specifically focusing on the evolution of interest in this technology, ET equipment, and analysis methods used in mathematics education. To capture the current state, we focus on papers published in the proceedings of PME, one of the primary conferences dedicated to MER, of the last ten years. We identify trends in interest, methodology, and methods of analysis that are used in the community, and discuss possible future developments.



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