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A number of universities are introducing courses, modules, or freshman seminars that relate to the puzzle-based learning paradigm. The purpose of such units is to attract, motivate and retain engineering/computer science students, and to increase their mathematical awareness and their problem-solving skills. This is essential in developing students as general problem-solvers, rather than training students to limit their thinking to the problems that are immediately pertinent to the specificdoi:10.1109/mc.2009.417 fatcat:sp2cexgwvjcpdjiku7xqdosqha