Computer Mediated Communication in Elementary Social Studies Methods: An Examination of Students' Perceptions and Perspectives
Theory and Research in Social Education Volume 28, Number 4, ISSN 0093-3104
Examines current research in the field of educational telecommunications through the lens of the social studies methods course. States that the findings reveal the benefits and drawbacks of using computer mediated communication in methods courses between two universities. Provides recommendations for effective future implementation and includes references. (CMK)
Mason, C.L. & Berson, M.J. (2000). Computer Mediated Communication in Elementary Social Studies Methods: An Examination of Students' Perceptions and Perspectives. Theory and Research in Social Education, 28(4), 527.
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