Learning to Solve Complex Scientific Problems (Hardback)David H. Jonassen (editor)
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Important features of this volume include discussions on:
*how problems are represented by the problem solvers and how perception, attention, memory, and various forms of reasoning impact the management of information and the search for solutions;
*how academics have applied lessons from cognitive science to better prepare students to solve complex scientific problems;
*gender issues in science and engineering classrooms; and
*questions to guide future problem-solving research.
The innovative methods explored in this practical volume will be of significant value to science and engineering educators and researchers, as well as to instructional designers.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 680 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 27 mm
"...the book meets its objective through a clear, non-linear structure and readable, jargon-free text...Overall, Jonassen's handbook undertakes a difficult and important task in its attempt to provide a serviceable tool to guide the development of instruction intended to enhance the problem-solving capacity of learners in many contexts grounded in evidence from empirical research."-Educational Technology
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