Vicente Meavilla Seguí
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Vicente MEAVILLA SEGUÍ was born in Mahón (Spain) on April 26 1949. He is married with two children and has a Bachelor's Degree in Science (Mathematics) from the University of Zaragoza (Spain) and a Doctorate Degree in Arts (Pedagogy) from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain).
At the moment, he is a Senior Professor of Maths at "Francés de Aranda" High School in Teruel (Spain) and an Associate Professor in the Maths Department at the University of Zaragoza.
Work Outline: Teaching and Learning of Mathematics
Research on the influence of social interactions for
the learning of school algebra.
The history of mathematics as a didactic resource.
He is the author of seven books about the history of mathematics and one book about Discrete Mathematics. He has also written numerous articles about the teaching and learning of Maths and has given communications and reports on the same subject in national and international conferences. At the end of 2004 new book "Figuras Imposibles" by Vicente Meavilla was publised.
Drawing and Painting
His style may be set in a surrealistic framework. His technique is pointillistic and he uses felt-tip pens to colour his compositions. The particular features of his drawngs you can see on the partial view of his work "Impossible U". The subject of his work is centred mainly on the impossible figures.