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Computer Awareness and Attitudes of Prospective Rural Teachers
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Rural Educator Volume 5, Number 3,

Abstract

Describes five criteria for computer literacy. Explains need for computer literacy in rural schools. Notes teachers' apparent resistance to learning about computers. Describes a study of attitudes of 119 teachers and prospective rural teachers toward and their awareness of computer applications. Makes recommendations regarding computer education for rural teachers. (SB)

Citation

Griswold, P.A. (1984). Computer Awareness and Attitudes of Prospective Rural Teachers. Rural Educator, 5(3), 11-15. Retrieved December 4, 2021 from .

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