The three Cs: children, computers, and communication

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Wiley, 1985 - Computers - 218 pages
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Examines the use of computers in elementary education and the implications for students, educators, and the educational system. Written for the non-technically trained reader, this practical guide explores new ways of using the computer to teach literacy and life skills, rather than traditional math and science applications, and offers historical and philosophical perspectives on the emergence of microcomputer-based education.

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Stonier-University of Bradford, Bradford, UK

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