How Computers Are Used in United States Schools: Basic Data from the 1989 I.E.A. Computers in Education Survey
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 7, Number 4, ISSN 0735-6331
Reports the results of the U.S. portion of a 1989 survey of elementary and secondary schools conducted by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) that focused on school and teacher practices in using microcomputers. Highlights include hardware, instructional uses, goals for computer use, and software utilization. (three references) (LRW)
Becker, H.J. (1991). How Computers Are Used in United States Schools: Basic Data from the 1989 I.E.A. Computers in Education Survey. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 7(4), 385-406.
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