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Computer Simulations and the Transition from Concrete Manipulation of Objects to Abstract Thinking in Elementary School Mathematics
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School Science and Mathematics Volume 86, Number 6,

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This study investigated the effects of combining interactive microcomputer simulations and concrete activities on the development of abstract thinking in elementary school mathematics. Students in grades 2-4 were assessed on tasks involving designs and patterns. (MNS)

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Berlin, D. & White, A. (1986). Computer Simulations and the Transition from Concrete Manipulation of Objects to Abstract Thinking in Elementary School Mathematics. School Science and Mathematics, 86(6), 468. Retrieved December 10, 2019 from .

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