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Six Years of Computer Penetration into Primary Education: The Case of Israel
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Education and Computing Volume 7, Number 3, ISSN 0167-9287

Abstract

Introduction of microcomputer technology into Israeli elementary schools in the 1980s resulted in a need for national policy for teachers' education and support, guidelines for computer-assisted instruction and staff development, and planning for equipment budgets and standards. This paper focuses on issues of integration of educational technology, educational effectiveness, and development of human resources. (10 references) (DB)

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Millin, D. & Barta, B.Z. (1991). Six Years of Computer Penetration into Primary Education: The Case of Israel. Education and Computing, 7(3), 171. Retrieved August 18, 2019 from .

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