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The study of children's creative thinking as they use technology to produce works of art, has only gotten humble attention in the literature (Loveless, 2002; Resnick, 2006). Although within the learning sciences, and in the field of new literacy studies, a growing number of compelling articles have made attempts to document the creative acts of young people(More)
We examined adult and child performance on two numerical, geometric estimation tasks. In both tasks adults demonstrated greater accuracy than children as well as more mature representations, in general. Furthermore, evidence from mouse tracking data demonstrates that adult strategy includes the application of discrete landmark values while child strategy,(More)
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