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Changing the School: Experiences from a Dutch "Technology-Enriched School" Project
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Education and Computing Volume 8, Number 1, ISSN 0167-9287

Abstract

Describes four areas of educational change: (1) the curriculum, (2) the role of the teachers, (3) the school structure, and (4) student learning. The impact of intensive computer use on each of these areas is examined using observations from a "technology-enriched" school project that is currently underway (1989-92) in the Netherlands. (seven references) (LAE)

Citation

Moonen, J. & Collis, B. (1992). Changing the School: Experiences from a Dutch "Technology-Enriched School" Project. Education and Computing, 8(1), 97-102. Retrieved January 27, 2020 from .

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