Accomplished teachers: integrating computers into classroom practice
Karen Sheingold, Martha Hadley, Bank Street College of Education. Center for Technology in Education, Bank Street College of Education. Center for Children and Technology
Bank Street College of Education, Center for Technology in Education, 1990 - Education - 32 pages
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