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Computers, Curriculum, and Classrooms: Panacea or Patent Medicine?

Journal of Curriculum and Supervision Volume 13, Number 1, ISSN 0882-1232


Clifford Stoll's skeptical look at the computer mania besetting education raises issues about computerization and networking costs, the relationship between accessing information and becoming educated, and the role of human interaction in learning. By placing the computer before the curriculum, are proponents providing the best education possible or seeking an easy technological solution to schools' problems? (14 references) (MLH)


Garrett, A.W. (1997). Computers, Curriculum, and Classrooms: Panacea or Patent Medicine?. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 13(1), 114. Retrieved July 3, 2022 from .

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