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Using Computers to Facilitate Visual Thinking: An Analogy between Visual and Verbal Processing
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Reading Psychology Volume 9, Number 4,

Abstract

Explains how computers can offer learners powerful assistance in their acquisition of certain visual thinking skills. Describes the limitations and potential of using computers as tools for visual thinking with links to creative writing activities in a fourth-grade class. (MM)

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Rezabek, L.L. & Ragan, T.J. (1988). Using Computers to Facilitate Visual Thinking: An Analogy between Visual and Verbal Processing. Reading Psychology, 9(4), 455. Retrieved October 22, 2019 from .

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