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The Internet: Problem Solving Friend or Foe?

Jeffrey Wanko 

February 2007, Volume 100, Issue 6, Page 402

Abstract:
Teaching problem solving to today's students requires teachers to be aware of the ways their students may use the internet as both a resource and as a tool for solving problems. In this article, I describe some of my own experiences in teaching problem solving to preservice teachers and how the existence of the internet has affected the ways in which I design and pose problems to my students.

Keywords:
Article
Grades 9-12
Teacher
Polynomials
Problems
Problem Solving / Problem Posing
Perimeter / Circumference
Integers