The Children's Machine: Rethinking School In The Age Of The Computer
In a sequel to his classic Mindstorms, America's foremost expert on computers and schools tells how we can tap into the technological revolution to finally fulfill John Dewey's vision of progressive education. For parents, teachers, students, and anyone interested in the future of schools and technology. Papert invented LOGO, the most widely used programming language in schools.
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THE CHILDREN'S MACHINE: Rethinking School in the Age of the ComputerUser Review - Kirkus
The genially unorthodox author of Mindstorms (1983) again makes a stimulating case for computers as a primary route to knowledge, revising and expanding earlier observations in view of disappointing ... Read full review
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