Computer Technology and Complex Problem Solving: Issues in the Study of Complex Cognitive Activity
Susan R. Goldman, Linda K. Zech, Gautam Biswas, Tom Noser, Helen Bateman, John Bransford, Thaddeus Crews, Allison Moore, Mitchell Nathan, Stephen Owens
ISAIJLS Volume 27, Number 3, ISSN 0020-4277
Examines mathematics problem solving in a computer software environment using graphical representations of the results of simulations with adolescent students. Discusses the strengths and limitations of inferring goals and plans, the use of verbal protocols, and ways for computer-based learning environments to scaffold acquisition of domain knowledge. (Author/LRW)
Goldman, S.R., Zech, L.K., Biswas, G., Noser, T., Bateman, H., Bransford, J., Crews, T., Moore, A., Nathan, M. & Owens, S. (1999). Computer Technology and Complex Problem Solving: Issues in the Study of Complex Cognitive Activity. Instructional Science: An International Journal of the Learning Sciences, 27(3), 235.