Using a Microcomputer in the Classroom

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Allyn and Bacon, Jan 1, 1993 - Computer-assisted instruction. - 353 pages
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Addressing the role of computers in learning and the means of integrating and applying computer technology into the curriculum, this text emphasizes all the important basic topics related to technology in education. There is coverage of multimedia/hypermedia, designing lesson plans, and how to evaluate and choose software, all supported by numerous forms and charts.

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Bitter is Professor of Computer Science & Mathematics at Arizona State University.

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