Building technological bridges

Allen, Denise
April 1994
Teaching Pre K-8;Apr94, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p16
Looks at new products that link technology to human relations, environmental studies and literature. `Big Changes, Big Choices,' a set of 12 videos which explores feelings and relationships of middle school students; Puddles to Pondwater from NIAD Corporation, a software product about animals and the environment; Literature Lesson Links from Teacher Support Software, a set of reading/writing activities for 45 well-known children's books.


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