Educational Computing: Learning with Tomorrow's Technologies

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Allyn and Bacon, Jan 1, 2001 - Education - 338 pages
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This book focuses more on general concepts, theory, and research on teaching, learning, and technology rather than on hands-on assignments at the computer. This book is most suitable for teachers who already have basic computing skills and want to focus on integration of technology in the classroom. This book is geared toward answering the question: "What would a teacher do differently if she/he used computers in her/his classroom?" The book links actual practice to underlying theories of both teaching and learning, and helps readers develop their own framework for thinking about educational computing. For educators who are interested in developing a technology-based classroom or teaching style.

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Contents

EDUCATION AND CHANGE
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CHAPTER
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A UNIQUE COMPUTER LANGUAGE
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