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Computers & Education

1991 Volume 16, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Evaluation of the Norwegian Program of Action: The Impact of Computers in the Classroom and How Schools Learn

    Anne Welle-Strand

    Describes the implementation of computer-based teaching in the Norwegian school system. The government's role is described, evaluation procedures are explained, the role of the teachers and teacher... More

    pp. 29-35

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  2. Fundamental Informatics in Teacher Education in West Germany

    Peter Gorny

    Discussion of the introduction of information science and technology into West German public schools focuses on the teacher education needed to support it. The West German education system is... More

    pp. 37-42

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  3. Computer-Resource Teachers: A Study and a Derived Strategy for Their Use in In-Service Training

    Vasilios Makrakis

    Describes a study of Stockholm secondary schools that examined the role of computer resource teachers (CRTs) in implementing the use of computers. Computer use in the schools is examined, in... More

    pp. 43-49

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  4. Training Authors to Develop Educational Software through the Adaption of Foreign Software

    Margaret Cox & Ulrich Bosler

    Discussion of the lack of quality educational software in European countries to support computer-assisted learning (CAL) focuses on a collaboration between England and West Germany to train German ... More

    pp. 71-76

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  5. Object-Oriented Programming in the Primary Classroom

    Isabelle Borne & Colette Girardot

    Describes the use of Smalltalk-80, a French programing language, to teach young children to program effectively using object-oriented concepts. Learning processes involving problem solving and... More

    pp. 93-98

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  6. A Knowledge-Based Approach to Supporting the Use of Simulation Programs

    Peter Goodyear

    Provides an overview of issues concerned with the design and use of computer-based simulations. Learning processes are discussed, and the SIMULATE project, which was developed to design an... More

    pp. 99-103

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