Effects of Integrating Problem Solving, Interactive Multimedia, and Constructivism in Teacher Education
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 19, Number 1, ISSN 0735-6331
Describes a study that investigated preservice elementary teachers' decisions about teaching strategies and their attitudes toward mathematics and computer-related technologies in a constructivist-centered methods course which included the use of problem-solving multimedia. The effectiveness of these strategies in developing more positive attitudes toward computer-related technologies and constructivism is discussed. (Author/LRW)
Kim, M.K., Sharp, J.M. & Thompson, A.D. (1998). Effects of Integrating Problem Solving, Interactive Multimedia, and Constructivism in Teacher Education. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 19(1), 83-108.
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