Attitudes of Elementary School Students and Teachers Toward Computers in Education
Educational Technology Volume 26, Number 1, ISSN 0013-1962
Negative reactions reflected in personal as opposed to educational issues are apparent in the teacher and student groups surveyed; sex differences in attitudes are not demonstrated although sex stereotyping is evident in both groups; and socialization issues are revealed in both groups relative to dehumanizing and isolating effects of computers. (MBR)
Vermette, S.M. (1986). Attitudes of Elementary School Students and Teachers Toward Computers in Education. Educational Technology, 26(1), 41-47.
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