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Subject Cultures and the Introduction of Classroom Computers
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British Educational Research Journal Volume 21, Number 5, ISSN 0141-1926

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Explores the changes wrought in subject discipline classroom cultures by the introduction of computers. Discovered different adaptations and approaches among the subject discipline cultures. Art, technology, and family studies adjusted easier than social studies. Social studies teachers often felt computer instruction stole time away from content instruction. (MJP)

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Goodson, I.F. & Mangan, M.J. (1995). Subject Cultures and the Introduction of Classroom Computers. British Educational Research Journal, 21(5), 613. Retrieved April 25, 2019 from .

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