The Road to Digitopolis: Perils of Problem Solving

Citation:

A. Lipson. 1995. “The Road to Digitopolis: Perils of Problem Solving.” In School Science and Mathematics. Wiley. Publisher's Version
The Road to Digitopolis: Perils of Problem Solving

Abstract:

Problem solving in math and science is an adventure that is fraught with perils. An inspired instance of problem solving found in Norton Juster’s The Phantom Tollbooth provides a framework for discussing the psychology of problem-solving in undergraduate math and science. This essay was published in School Science and Mathematics and is available on line: The Road to Digitopolis: Perils of Problem Solving.
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