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Establishing Problem-Solving Habits in Introductory Science Courses
Journal of College Science Teaching (2006)
  • Gregory A. DiLisi, John Carroll University
  • Jennifer E. Eulberg
  • James F. Lanese
Abstract
Students crave problem-solving strategies that promise increased achievement on tests. Student ambitions seem to align with teacher goals, yet students resist using these strategies for various reasons. We seek to establish a pedagogy modifying student behavior so they are more likely to use any strategy a teacher deems useful. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.
Publication Date
March, 2006
Citation Information
Gregory A. DiLisi, Jennifer E. Eulberg and James F. Lanese. "Establishing Problem-Solving Habits in Introductory Science Courses" Journal of College Science Teaching Vol. 35 Iss. 5 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gregory_dilisi/2/