This text examines the Mindtool concept - alternative ways of using computer applications to engage in constructive, high-order thinking about particular areas of study, thus extending learning outcomes and expectations beyond recall and helping learners become self-directed critical thinkers. Jonassen presents: a rationale for using Mindtool; in-depth discussions of the indiviidual Mindtools and their use; and suggestions for teaching with mindtools and evaluating the results.allows learners to see and hear their own dialogue, thus promoting reflection, reconstruction, and decontextualization of ... write a Prologue establishing the context for the story, and fill in the speech and thought bubbles to create a dialogue.
|Title||:||Computers in the Classroom|
|Author||:||David H. Jonassen|
|Publisher||:||Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers - 1996|