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Computers: Literacy and Learning

Computers: Literacy and Learning
A Primer for Administrators

72 pages | Corwin
This volume addresses the need for schools to recognize technology as the dominant factor in the new global economy. It argues that in order to be competitive within that economy, educators must incorporate technology into the learning experience. The author offers many examples of instructional uses of technology and details the various hardware and software processes that can be implemented. Finally, practical scenarios demonstrate the uses and advantages of technology in student instruction.
Jerry J Herman and Janice L Herman
Ensuring That Students Learn About and From Computers
Computers in Schools
The Most Commonly Asked Questions

The Best Uses of Computers
Integrating Computers with Classroom Instruction
Uses of Telecommunication Functions
Technologically Literate Students
Case Scenarios


George E Marsh, II