Culture and Technology: Implications for Multicultural Teacher Education
JITFTE Volume 3, Number 2, ISSN 0962-029X
To produce culturally and technologically competent teachers, preservice education must define such competencies. The paper examines the interaction of culture, learning, and classroom environment as it affects the use of computers in diverse classrooms. Examples of cultural differences in learning preferences and the effect of educational computing are provided. (SM)
Chisholm, I.M. (1994). Culture and Technology: Implications for Multicultural Teacher Education. Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education, 3(2), 213.
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