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Assessing Learning with Logo: A Pilot Study


Computing Teacher Volume 14, Number 1, ISSN 0278-9175


This study used the Model for Assessing Learning with Logo (Nolan and Ryba) to examine effects of Logo programming on junior high school students' thinking skills. The model addresses both student acquisition of Logo-related thinking skills and the extent to which they transfer skills to noncomputer problem solving tasks. (MBR)


Horton, J. & Ryba, K. (1986). Assessing Learning with Logo: A Pilot Study. Computing Teacher, 14(1), 24-28. Retrieved October 15, 2019 from .

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