Hands-on Computer Use in Science Classrooms: The Skeptics Are Still Waiting
Alan Runge, Amy Spiegel, Lisa M. Pytlik Z., Steven Dunbar, Robert Fuller, Glenn Sowell, David Brooks
Journal of Science Education and Technology Volume 8, Number 1, ISSN 1059-0145
Addresses issues related to students learning to use computers as professional tools. Draws on two qualitative data sources: (1) a case study of a mathematical methods in physics course; and (2) an evaluation of an undergraduate course in multimedia physics. (DDR)
Runge, A., Spiegel, A., Pytlik Z., L.M., Dunbar, S., Fuller, R., Sowell, G. & Brooks, D. (1999). Hands-on Computer Use in Science Classrooms: The Skeptics Are Still Waiting. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 8(1), 33-44.
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