Computers in education: proceedings of the IFIP TC 3 1st European Conference on Computers in Education--ECCE 88, Lausanne, Switzerland, 24-29 July, 1988
Past and future changes in teaching methods resulting from the use of computers in the classroom are the main concerns of this volume. Among the aspects considered are: the teaching of specific subjects (e.g. mathematics), social and psychological aspects, learning difficulties, the uses of modelling and simulation in the classroom, language teaching, and national curricula. The 115 invited and contributed papers are from both Western and Eastern Europe.
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