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Lumbley, William D.
September 1995
Science Teacher;Sep95, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p10
Academic Journal
Discusses teaching science students how to solve problems. Need for problems to be relevant to students; Varying perspectives on problem solving; Role of teachers; Perceived outcome of solution process.


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