Educational Computing: Learning with Tomorrow's Technologies
Allyn and Bacon, 1997 - Computer-assisted instruction - 351 pages
Focusing on general concepts and the theory and research on teaching, learning and technology, this text is aimed at those who already have basic computing skills. It is geared to answering the question of what a teacher would do differently if he or she had computers in the classroom.
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