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Microcomputers and Classroom Organization: The More Things Change the More They Change Each Other. Interactive Technology Laboratory Report #10
This study examined the effect of microcomputer use on classroom social organization and curriculum. To determine whether teachers who have a microcomputer available for instruction use time and space differently and make modifications in what they...
Adult Education Quarterly Vol. 20, No. 1 (1989) pp. 4–22
Studies the use of microcomputers in four elementary school classrooms and their effect on classroom organization, teacher-student relations, and curriculum. Concludes that how people use a microcomputer, and not the machine's inherent features,...
Language Arts Vol. 61, No. 5 (1984) pp. 510–15
Discusses the potential of microcomputers for accomplishing educational goals beyond drill and practice software. Describes a program in which students have access to a computer-based network that connects classrooms in four states, which allows...