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- Computers in education: Rear-vision thinking or golden opportunities for the future. Kennett, Keith F. // Education;Summer90, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p403
Focuses on the use of computers in education. Signs of school renewal; Availability of computers; Implementation of sound quality education; Upgrading and recognition of teachers and wiser utilization of resources; Discussion on laptop computers.
- The computer and control over learning. Hattie, John // Education;Summer90, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p414
Focuses on computers and the notion of control over learning. Aspects of control; Social aspects; Gender differences; Limitations on aversive events; Computer curriculum packages.
- Tomorrow's challenge for computers in education: Putting practice into theory. Downes, Toni // Education;Summer90, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p430
Focuses on challenges on the use of computers in education. Lack on the number of teachers who can bring a purpose and context to the use of computers; Personal views about teaching and learning; Theory of learning.
- Contextual problem-solving. Dromey, R.G.; Rasmussen, B.I. // Education;Summer90, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p436
Focuses on to use computers creatively to teach aspects of problem-solving? Contextual problem-solving environment; Preprogramming and computer problem-solving; Language-oriented introductions.
- The Sunrise experience: Theory and practice in an Australian educational community. Nevile, Liddy // Education;Summer90, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p440
Focuses on the adoption of computing in schools in Australia. Employment of software applications; Availability of electronic devices; Educational context; Opportunities for teachers and students; Identification of the types of use of the Logo environment in mathematics.
- Designing the Australian educational computer. Tatnall, Arthur // Education;Summer90, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p453
Focuses on the development of Australian educational computer systems. Research and preparation of a set of Educational User Requirements; Long term requirements of schools computing activities; Educational technical requirements; Classroom systems.
- The revolution is yet to come. O'Malley, Christopher // National Forum;Summer91, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p12
Discusses issues concerning the use of personal computers in education. Applications of computer technology to education; Supply problems concerning the use of computers in education; Impact of computers in the learning experience.
- Grants, contests, etc. Carter, Kim // Technology & Learning;Apr95, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p18
Reports on resources relevant to the implementation of technology in American classrooms. Includes Alcoa Foundation's funds for educational, health and welfare, cultural, civic, and community, and youth organization projects; Scripps Howard Foundation's support for the development of journalism...
- Going the distance with education. Meyers, Jason // Telephony;10/30/95, Vol. 229 Issue 18, p20
Features the pilot program Sprint, a video-on-demand trial that ports video lessons directly to class-rooms in real time over an all-fiber network. Capabilities; Benefits of the instructional videos to students; Equipment used from different vendors during the trial; Application of the...
- Education. Headley, Susan // Youth Studies Australia;Mar1998, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p59
Presents an abstract entitled `Imperative of Dissonance? Implications of Student Computer Use for a Cyberspace Curriculum,' by G. Russell and N. Russell published in the periodical `Unicorn.'