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Image Processing: A State-of-the-Art Way to Learn Science


Educational Leadership Volume 53, Number 2, ISSN 0013-1784


Teachers participating in the Image Processing for Teaching Process, begun at the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory in 1989, find this technology ideal for encouraging student discovery, promoting constructivist science or math experiences, and adapting in classrooms. Because image processing is not a computerized text, it captures student interest. (MLH)


Raphael, J. & Greenberg, R. (1995). Image Processing: A State-of-the-Art Way to Learn Science. Educational Leadership, 53(2), 34-37. Retrieved May 13, 2021 from .

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