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Problem-Solving Behaviors during a Genetics Computer Simulation: Beyond the Expert/Novice Dichotomy
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Journal of Research in Science Teaching Volume 30, Number 2, ISSN 0022-4308

Abstract

The problem-solving behaviors and genetics concepts employed by experts and novices during interaction with the computer simulation CATLAB, were examined. Thirteen subjects (3 experts and 10 novices) investigated a common hypothesis on a specific genetic trait during the computer activity. Using naturalistic research methods, general patterns of problem-solving behaviors and genetics conceptual organizers were extracted from the data. (Author/PR)

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Simmons, P.E. & Lunetta, V.N. (1993). Problem-Solving Behaviors during a Genetics Computer Simulation: Beyond the Expert/Novice Dichotomy. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 30(2), 153. Retrieved October 23, 2019 from .

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