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Findings from the Teaching, Learning, and Computing Survey: Is Larry Cuban Right?
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Education Policy Analysis Archives Volume 8, Number 51, ISSN 1068-2341

Abstract

Used data from a nationally representative survey of more than 4,000 teachers of grades 4 through 12 to demonstrate that although L. Cuban (1986; 2000) has correctly characterized frequent computer use in academic subjects as the teaching practice of a small and distinct minority, certain conditions make a big difference to the likelihood of students having students use computers often. (SLD)

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Becker, H.J. (2000). Findings from the Teaching, Learning, and Computing Survey: Is Larry Cuban Right?. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 8(51),. Retrieved October 21, 2019 from .

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