Educational Psychology and Technology: A Matter of Reciprocal Relations
Teachers College Record Volume 100, Number 2, ISSN 0161-4681
Describes the reciprocity of relationships between recent educationally relevant psychological conceptions and educationally oriented usages of technologies, analyzing recent theory and methodological developments in educational technology and psychology; showing how technology helps realize psychologically guided pedagogical conceptions; and illustrating ways that technology challenges educational psychology; and some of the questions and concerns it raises. (SM)
Salomon, G. & Almog, T. (1998). Educational Psychology and Technology: A Matter of Reciprocal Relations. Teachers College Record, 100(2), 222.
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