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Harnessing New Technologies to the Social Studies Curriculum
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Social Education Volume 55, Number 1, ISSN 0037-7724

Abstract

Describes effects of interactive video in the social studies classroom. Delineates basic system components and how they may be used to access multimedia kits or to create teacher-designed systems. Illustrates the method by using kits in a tenth grade world history class and an eighth grade unit on the 1988 presidential campaign. (NL)

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Martorella, P.H. (1991). Harnessing New Technologies to the Social Studies Curriculum. Social Education, 55(1), 55-57. Retrieved February 21, 2019 from .

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    Raymond C. Jones & Clifford T. Bennett, University of Virginia

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