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Using Electronic Data Tools in Writing Assignments
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Journal of Economic Education Volume 30, Number 1, ISSN 0022-0485

Abstract

Describes an exercise, step-by-step, for developing critical thinking while exposing students to electronic-data skills. Argues that the exercise enhances critical thinking by forcing students to deal with issues of data definition, collection, and interpretation, and by providing an active learning experience with real-world data. (DSK)

Citation

Wight, J.B. (1999). Using Electronic Data Tools in Writing Assignments. Journal of Economic Education, 30(1), 21-27. Retrieved January 22, 2021 from .

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