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First Teach Their Teachers: Technology Support and Computer Use in Academic Subjects
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Journal of Research on Computing in Education Volume 32, Number 4, ISSN 0888-6504

Abstract

Describes a study that used innovation diffusion theory to investigate the effects of the allocation of computer coordinator work time on student computer use in academic subjects in grade 5 and grade 11. Findings suggest that teacher support is more critical than student support and that effects differ in different grades. (Contains 31 references.)(Author/LRW)

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Fuller, H.L. (2000). First Teach Their Teachers: Technology Support and Computer Use in Academic Subjects. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 32(4), 511. Retrieved April 24, 2019 from .

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