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The Required Computer Course for Education Majors: A National Perspective
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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 7, Number 3,

Abstract

Reports on a survey of teacher educators (n=38) about required computer courses for education majors. Most institutions required and offered one three to four credit computer course. Only 15 percent planned to supplement required courses. There were 51 computer labs on 40 campuses. Instructor presentation was the standard instructional method. (SM)

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Lintner, M. (1991). The Required Computer Course for Education Majors: A National Perspective. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 7(3), 17-23. Retrieved July 12, 2020 from .

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