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An Assessment of Water Resource Education for Teachers Using Interactive Computer Simulation
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Journal of Economic Education Volume 16, Number 4,

Abstract

Compares knowledge and attitude levels of elementary, secondary science, and other secondary teachers on water resources. Evaluates an interactive computer simulation, the "Water Resource Management Simulator" (WRMS), as a training tool for inservice teachers. Users of WRMS exhibited higher knowledge scores than nonusers. No differences existed on attitude responses. (ML)

Citation

Mills, T.J. (1985). An Assessment of Water Resource Education for Teachers Using Interactive Computer Simulation. Journal of Economic Education, 16(4), 25-29. Retrieved January 27, 2020 from .

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