Development through educational technology: Implications

Ike, Chris A.
March 1997
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Mar97, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p42
Academic Journal
Examines the indispensability of educational technology as a tool for improving pedagogical efficacy, information dissemination, and the speed of learning. Use of the magnetic resonance imaging sensing technique, and the CAT scan, and positron-emission tomography scans; Challenges pose to some teachers; Benefits of computers to teachers.


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