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Patterns of Microcomputer Use in Teaching Mathematics and Science

Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 1, Number 4, ISSN 0735-6331


This study describes how elementary and secondary California teachers nominated as successful in their microcomputer-based instruction teach science and mathematics, and how their computer usage varies in relation to (1) teacher characteristics (computer and subject matter knowledge, and attitudes toward computers); and (2) district, school, and classroom contexts. (MBR)


Shavelson, R.J. (1985). Patterns of Microcomputer Use in Teaching Mathematics and Science. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1(4), 395-413. Retrieved July 16, 2019 from .

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