Social studies+language arts+technology=positive results

November 1996
Curriculum Administrator;Nov/Dec96, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p4
Focuses on an educational program at Ladysmith Middle School, in Wisconsin that integrates the social studies and language arts curricula with the aid of computer technology. Details on the school's technological resources; Plans to the school to add links to the Internet computer network; Comments from Todd Novakofski, the school's social studies teacher.


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