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The Effect of Hypermedia Authoring on Elementary School Students' Creative Thinking

Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 19, Number 1, ISSN 0735-6331


Describes a study that examined whether engaging elementary school students in hypermedia authoring would promote their creative thinking. Highlights include Logo programming language; the Torrance Tests of Creativity Thinking; performance assessment; interviews and observations; ability levels; collaborative versus individual learning; and results of pretests, posttests, and analysis of variance. (Author/LRW)


Liu, M. (1998). The Effect of Hypermedia Authoring on Elementary School Students' Creative Thinking. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 19(1), 27-51. Retrieved April 23, 2019 from .

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