Teaching Problem-Solving with Educational Technology.
Examines the theoretical presuppositions underlying the use of educational technology to teach problem-solving, conditions under which problem-solving opportunities are likely to arise, computer programming as a problem-solving medium and the potential of software programs designed to teach problem-solving skills. Includes Internet-based problem-solving and principles of distributed learning.
Prerequisite and requirements: EDTE 232 or equivalent.
Number of Units: 3 units.
Students will need an e-mail account and computer access to the Web. All Sacramento State students enrolled in one or more units can create a SacLink account for e-mail. Although a home computer with Internet access running Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Netscape Navigator would be beneficial, students can access the Internet from one of the campus student labs. Check out System Check and Computer Hardware Recommendations for more information about equipment.
Last updated: 09/30/2007