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The Impact of "Stuff" in the Classroom
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Educational Technology Volume 9, Number 12, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Essay which argues that the new instructional materials often lose their vitality by being fitted into a static curriculum. The author states: "We must go much farther than we have in both bringing 'stuff' into the classroom and using it there. The only hope of significant change in students' long-term attitudes, competence and self-reliance rests in our willingness to modify the traditional ways of classrooms beyond the introduction of more new media. (Author/LS)

Citation

Hein, G.E. (1969). The Impact of "Stuff" in the Classroom. Educational Technology, 9(12), 54. Retrieved December 15, 2019 from .

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