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An Aid to Curriculum and Computer Integration: Prototypes for Teachers
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Computers in the Schools Volume 15, Number 2, ISSN 0738-0569

Abstract

Suggests that one way to simplify computer integration in schools would be to provide examples of computer activities that are combined with other classroom activities for teachers to use in the same way as the activity books that teachers are comfortable with using. Presents two examples where objectives required by the school district are listed first, followed by appropriate activities. (AEF)

Citation

Smith-Gratto, K. & Fisher, M.M. (1999). An Aid to Curriculum and Computer Integration: Prototypes for Teachers. Computers in the Schools, 15(2), 61-71. Retrieved May 21, 2019 from .

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