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High-Tech Schools and Low-Tech Teaching. A Commentary

Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 14, Number 2, ISSN 1040-2454


Both college faculty and public school teachers make limited, unimaginative use of new technologies, despite having equipment available. This is partially the result of teachers' attitudes toward computers in the classroom, conflicting beliefs about the purposes of schools, and teachers' feelings about rapidly changing technology. To increase technology use, values conflicts must be resolved. (SM)


Cuban, L. (1998). High-Tech Schools and Low-Tech Teaching. A Commentary. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 14(2), 6-7. Retrieved April 14, 2021 from .

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