Education and Technology: Reflections on Computing in Classrooms
Charles Fisher, David C. Dwyer, Keith Yocam
Wiley, Jul 12, 1996 - Education - 336 pages
Co-Published with Apple Press
"A blueprint for those communities who are attempting change within existing educational structures. . . . Parents, teachers and school administrators, business and community leaders, and policy makers will find this book instructive. . .well worth reading."
--American Secondary Education
"Every education, business, and community leader who wants to cut through the hype about technology to see where the investment really makes a difference should start with this book."
--Alan November, CEO, Educational Renaissance Planners
To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow (ACOT) project, this book brings together a diverse group of educators to reflect on what we know about computer-aided instruction. From the latest research findings to practical classroom experience, it provides an overview of the promise and prospects for technology in education.
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