Computer Education from a Humanistic Perspective
Computers in the Schools Volume 1, Number 4, ISSN 0738-0569
Offers a brief history of humanistic and transpersonal psychology development; includes a brief description of educational goals advocated by these movements, particularly in reference to teacher role; and presents specific examples of how computers make it possible for teachers to satisfy role expectations placed upon them in student-centered classrooms. (MBR)
Crist, M. (1984). Computer Education from a Humanistic Perspective. Computers in the Schools, 1(4), 59-65.