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Changing How and What Children Learn in School with Computer-based Technologies
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Future of Children Volume 10, Number 2, ISSN 1054-8289

Abstract

Explores how computer technology can help improve how and what children learn in school. Highlights several ways technology can enhance how children learn by supporting four fundamental characteristics of learning (active engagement, group participation, frequent interaction and feedback, and connections to real-world contexts). Additional examples illustrate ways technology can expand what children learn by helping them understand core concepts. (SM)

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Roschelle, J.M., Pea, R.D., Hoadley, C.M., Gordin, D.N. & Means, B. (2000). Changing How and What Children Learn in School with Computer-based Technologies. Future of Children, 10(2), 76-101. Retrieved July 18, 2019 from .

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