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Education and Computing

1989 Volume 5, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Current Trends in Education and Technology as Signs to the Future

    Mary-Alice White

    Identifies 12 major trends in the field of education and technology. Topics discussed include school choice; integrating new technologies and the traditional curriculum; visual vs. logocentric... More

    pp. 3-10

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  2. The Impact of Evaluation through Classroom Trials on the Design and Development of Educational Software

    Margaret J. Cox

    Discusses the effectiveness of classroom trials as a method of providing feedback in the development process for educational software. The impact of formative evaluation on the development of... More

    pp. 35-41

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  3. Megatrends in Computing and Educational Software Development

    Robert S. McLean

    Proposes 13 trends that educational software development should follow. Four main areas are considered: (1) the computing environment, including hardware and networking; (2) software design,... More

    pp. 55-60

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  4. Using a Cognitive Theory to Design Educational Software

    Bernard Cornu & Dubinsky

    Explains a general theory of mathematical knowledge and its acquisition, and discusses the design of instructional computer use, including software, based on that cognitive theory. A programing... More

    pp. 73-80

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  5. Designing Educational Software for the Information Age: Dilemmas and Paradoxes

    Beverly Hunter

    Discussion of the design considerations of educational software developers highlights considerations concerning educational needs. Topics discussed include interaction among learners, teachers, and... More

    pp. 111-17

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