Modeling with technology: mindtools for conceptual change

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Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall, 2006 - Computers - 214 pages
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Well-known for addressing the use of computers to foster critical-thinking and problem solving, this text was written to teach current and future teachers how to better engage learners more mindfully and meaningfully in the process of learning. Available now in it's Third Edition, it focuses on how to use technology to support meaningful learning through model building, providing powerful strategies for engaging, supporting, and assessing coonceptual change in learners.

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PART ONE Modeling for Conceptual Change
PART TWO Modeling Phenomena
Modeling Problems

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