The Relationship of the World Wide Web to Thinking Skills
Educational Media International Volume 39, Number 3, ISSN 0952-3987
Discusses use of the World Wide Web in education and its possibilities for developing higher order critical thinking skills to successfully deal with the demands of the future information society. Suggests that teachers need to provide learning environments that are learner-centered, authentic, problem-based, and collaborative. (Contains 61 references.) (Author/LRW)
Bradshaw, A.C., Bishop, J.L., Gens, L.S., Miller, S.L. & Rogers, M.A. (2002). The Relationship of the World Wide Web to Thinking Skills. Educational Media International, 39(3), 275.
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