Teaching With Technology: Creating Student-Centered Classrooms

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Teachers College Press, Jun 15, 1997 - Education - 211 pages

What happens between student and teacher when computers move into the classroom? This book gives us vivid case studies and eloquent teacher voices, addressing teachers’ perennial concerns: teacher learning and teacher beliefs about instructional change; redefining student and teacher roles; maintaining student engagement; reducing teacher isolation; managing the technology-rich classroom; and support for instructional change from school principals, school districts, technology trainers, and colleagues.

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