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The Computer and Problem Solving: How Theory Can Support Classroom Practice
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Computing Teacher Volume 16, Number 4, ISSN 0278-9175

Abstract

Discussion of problem solving in education focuses on 19 statements about problem solving that have implications for the educational use of computers. Topics discussed include thinking processes; groups and cooperative learning; transferring knowledge to other domains; short term memory and chunking; tutoring; simulations; and programing. (38 references) (LRW)

Citation

Yates, B.C. & Moursund, D. (1989). The Computer and Problem Solving: How Theory Can Support Classroom Practice. Computing Teacher, 16(4), 12-16. Retrieved May 29, 2022 from .

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