Computers in Education
Allyn and Bacon, 1996 - Education - 385 pages
Computers in Education is designed to help teachers use computer technology to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the educational process.
The fourth section focuses on the computer as Tutee. Here the computer takes the role of learner while the student assumes the role of teacher. The final section includes five chapters designed to help teachers and administrators integrate computer hardware and software into the curriculum.
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The History of Computers in Education
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