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Master of Science


Center for the Advancement of Education


Secondary Education, Computers Microcomputers, Computer Oriented Programs, Computer Programs, Geometry, Geometric Constructions, Geometric Concepts, Diagrams, Perceptual Development, Spatial Ability, Visual Literacy, Visualization, Visual Measures Visual Learning, Symbolic Learning


The author wrote and instituted a microcomputer software program to increase the ability of secondary students to identify solid figures of geometry. A target group of twelve Algebra I students from an urban high school was established to implement the program. The success of the program was measured by comparing the statistics of a pre and posttest. The results indicated that increased level of indent if identification was found by the target group target using the microcomputer program.

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