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Computers in the Schools

1985 Volume 2, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. The Microcomputer and the Hidden Curriculum

    Henry F. Olds

    Argues that the computer will make a major difference because it places within one total environment that teaches (the school) another total environment that teaches (the computer). A hopeful sign ... More

    pp. 3-14

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  2. Administrative Variables and Microcomputer Implementation: A Survey of High School Principals

    Robert H. Beach & Anna M. Vacca

    Describes a study which polled secondary school principals to determine the factors contributing to successful implementation of computer technology in instructional programs. Results indicate a... More

    pp. 31-46

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  3. Computer-Assisted Video Instruction: Promises and Pitfalls

    T Michael Smith & Kenneth G. Andrews

    To better appreciate the role computer-assisted video instruction serves in education, this article examines the major features of the individual component technologies--computer assisted... More

    pp. 65-74

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  4. Using Computer Animation in Science Testing

    Michael E. Hale

    Both high school and college students served as subjects for an evaluation of the effectiveness of a computer-animated test of science problem-solving skills designed to minimize problems inherent ... More

    pp. 83-90

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