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Education and Computing

1991 Volume 7, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Computer-Using Teachers in a New Decade

    Margaret L. Niess

    Guideline competencies were developed for elementary, middle school, and high school teachers, computer teachers, and curriculum coordinators and compared with earlier guideline competencies. This ... More

    pp. 151-56

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  2. Effective Computing in Education: Teachers, Tools and Training

    Ronald G. Ragsdale

    Arguing that the results of tool applications of microcomputers in school and business settings are often disappointing, this paper discusses the assumptions underlying tool application in computer... More

    pp. 157-66

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  3. Six Years of Computer Penetration into Primary Education: The Case of Israel

    Daniel Millin & Ben Zion Barta

    Introduction of microcomputer technology into Israeli elementary schools in the 1980s resulted in a need for national policy for teachers' education and support, guidelines for computer-assisted... More

    pp. 171-78

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  4. Consensus on Computers in Education: Do Teachers, Parents and Pupils Share the Same Expectations and Attitudes towards Computers?

    Rolf Kristiansen

    Data were collected in 1990 from teachers, parents, and students in elementary and lower secondary schools on their attitudes toward information and educational technology. The study was designed... More

    pp. 199-207

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  5. A Developmental Approach to Teacher Training

    June L. Wright & Suzanne Thouvenelle

    Based on an understanding of student characteristics and learning processes, the teacher training model described provides for the integration of microcomputers and computer-assisted instruction... More

    pp. 223-29

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