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Developing Problem-Solving Skills of Students Taking Introductory Physics via Web-Based Tutorials
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Journal of College Science Teaching Volume 39, Number 4, ISSN 0047-231X

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Science teaching and learning can be made both engaging and student-centered using pedagogical, computer-based learning tools. We have developed self-paced interactive problem-solving tutorials for introductory physics. These tutorials can provide guidance and support for a variety of problem-solving techniques, as well as opportunities for knowledge and skill acquisition. We discuss the goals and structure of the tutorials and summarize results of a study that compares performance of students who used the tutorials with those who learned similar content by other means. (Contains 7 figures.)

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Singh, C. & Haileselassie, D. (2010). Developing Problem-Solving Skills of Students Taking Introductory Physics via Web-Based Tutorials. Journal of College Science Teaching, 39(4), 42-49. Retrieved September 19, 2020 from .

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