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Enhancing the Problem Solving Abilities of Science Students
  Location: SS Ballroom ABC
  Date: Wednesday, Aug.3
  Time: 2:00 PM -2:10 PM
  Author: Olga Stafford, South Dakota State University
  Co-Author(s): None
  Abstract: It is evident from my own teaching experience, and supported by many instructors’ opinions [1-3], that students aren’t equipped with logical problem-solving techniques. I am studying the impact on student learning of using problem-solving sheets during recitation classes, with students working in groups and playing specific roles. I anticipate that successful use of problem-solving sheets will help students develop the necessary skills to solve science problems with conceptual understanding. 1. Polya, How t Solve It (Princeton University Press, 1945) 2. Edit Yerushalmi etc".Instructors' reasons for choosing problem features in a calculus-based introductory physics course," Phys. Rev. Phys. Ed. Research 6, 020108 (2010) 3. Johnson, Johnson & Smit, "Active learning: cooperation in the classroom," Interaction Book Company 1998
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