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Journal of College Science Teaching

1992 Volume 22, Number 1

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Using an Interactive Database to Develop a New Paradigm

    John Gabriel Navarra

    Uses air temperature profiles--a topic taught in beginning meteorology courses--to illustrate the ease of restructuring the teaching/learning environment as a problem-solving mode. Students access ... More

    pp. 34-36

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  2. Elementary and Advanced Computer Projects for the Physics Classroom and Laboratory

    Joseph J. Molitoris

    Discusses the use of computers in physics education as a tool in individual student research projects for simulating both simple and more complicated phenomena. Reviews IBM compatible software... More

    pp. 44-50

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