Teaching the Computer to Add: An Example of Problem-Solving in an Anthropomorphic Computer Culture

Unknown author (1976-12-01)

Computers open up new ways to think about knowledge and learning. Learning computer science should draw upon and feed these new approaches. In a previous paper called "Leading a Child to a Computer Culture" I discuss some ways to do so in a very elementary context. This paper is a contribution to extending such thinking to a more advanced project.