Some Effects of Limited Feedback on Performance and Problem-Solving Strategy in a Logo Microworld
Journal of Educational Psychology Volume 86, Number 3, ISSN 0022-0663
The effects of limiting the availability of immediate feedback while using LOGO were studied for 48 students aged 9 to 11 solving rotation problems. Limiting feedback reduced the incidence of trial and error strategies, and higher level problem solving strategies were apparently used to compensate for the restricted feedback access. (SLD)
Cope, P. & Simmons, M. (1994). Some Effects of Limited Feedback on Performance and Problem-Solving Strategy in a Logo Microworld. Journal of Educational Psychology, 86(3), 368.