Observations on Electronic Networks: Appropriate Activities for Learning
Computing Teacher Volume 16, Number 8, ISSN 0278-9175
Discussion of the use of electronic networks for learning activities highlights the Noon Observation Project in which students in various locations measured the length of a noontime shadow to determine the earth's circumference. Electronic pen pals are discussed, and the roles of the network and of the class are described. (LRW)
Levin, J.A. (1989). Observations on Electronic Networks: Appropriate Activities for Learning. Computing Teacher, 16(8), 17-19.
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