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Experience, Reality, and Computer-Controlled Technology

Journal of Economic Education Volume 8, Number 3,


Explores roles of computer technology and real world experiences in the learning process. Encourages teaching of critical viewing skills and other aspects of visual fluency. Forecasts changes in the educational system to accommodate emerging technologies and new ways of thinking and interacting with the world. (LFL)


Adams, D.M. (1985). Experience, Reality, and Computer-Controlled Technology. Journal of Economic Education, 8(3), 46-50. Retrieved February 19, 2019 from .

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