Bruner's three forms of representation revisited: Action,

Presno, Caroline
June 1997
Journal of Instructional Psychology;June97, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p112
Academic Journal
Describes how Jerome S. Bruner's theory of the three forms of representation can be successfully applied for effective computer learning and instruction. Three categories of representation; Suggested techniques for effective way of teaching students how to use computer; Specific examples for instruction.


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