Using a Cognitive Theory to Design Educational Software
Education and Computing Volume 5, Number 1, ISSN 0167-9287
Explains a general theory of mathematical knowledge and its acquisition, and discusses the design of instructional computer use, including software, based on that cognitive theory. A programing language called ISETL is described, and preliminary investigations are presented on students' learning about sequences, convergence, and limits. (five references) (LRW)
Cornu, B. & , D. (1989). Using a Cognitive Theory to Design Educational Software. Education and Computing, 5(1), 73-80.