Computers in Teaching Science: To Stimulate or Not To Stimulate?
American Journal of Physics Volume 68, Number 7, ISSN 0002-9505
Describes an experience using a computer simulation on air resistance. There appeared to be differences in how students approach learning in interactive physics learning environments with and without the simulation. (Contains over 20 references.) (Author/WRM)
Steinberg, R.N. (2000). Computers in Teaching Science: To Stimulate or Not To Stimulate?. American Journal of Physics, 68(7),.
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