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Fool's Gold or Hidden Treasure: Are Computers Stifling Creativity?
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Journal of Education Policy Volume 16, Number 5, ISSN 0268-0939

Abstract

Disputes claims in recent report by US-based Alliance for Children that the use of computers by children threatens their creative and intellectual development. Describes two case studies of the creative uses of computers in United Kingdom elementary school classrooms. (Contains 17 references.) (PKP)

Citation

Abbott, C., Lachs, V. & Williams, L. (2001). Fool's Gold or Hidden Treasure: Are Computers Stifling Creativity?. Journal of Education Policy, 16(5), 479. Retrieved February 19, 2019 from .

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