Cognition, Education, and Multimedia: Exploring Ideas in High Technology

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Routledge, Oct 12, 2012 - Education - 228 pages
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Computers have become a topic of concern, debate, argument, dogmatism, and inquiry among a variety of people who are interested in the fate and effectiveness of the educational system. This book presents working hypotheses of ways in which computers may fit into and/or transform classroom education. Through the exploration of learning and cognitive theory as it infuses technological developments, this volume promises to illuminate a number of important issues, including experiential learning and nontraditional computer-based instruction.
 

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Contents

1 Contextual Enrichment by Videodisc
1
Computers Video and Reading Aloud to Children
31
3 Computers and Videodisc Technology for Bilingual ASLEnglish Instruction of Deaf Children
49
Explorations Via Computer
65
Why We Need It and How Technology Can Help
115
6 Should Computers Know What You Can Do With Them?
143
Theory and Technology for the Nonlinear and Multidimensional Traversal of Complex Subject Matter
163
Author Index
207
Subject Index
211
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