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Introducing the Use of Communication Technology into an Elementary School Social Studies Curriculum
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International Journal of Social Education Volume 10, Number 2, ISSN 0889-0293

Abstract

Examines the effects of electronic mail and bulletin boards on teachers' perceptions, instructional practices, and student involvement in an elementary social studies program. Although responses were generally positive, the study suggested mandating teacher team leaders to facilitate integrating the technology into the curriculum. (MJP)

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Sunal, C.S. (1996). Introducing the Use of Communication Technology into an Elementary School Social Studies Curriculum. International Journal of Social Education, 10(2), 106. Retrieved February 21, 2019 from .

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