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NASSP Bulletin

1985 Volume 69, Number 484

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. The Role of Technology in Education: High Schools of the Future

    Robert Decker & Robert J. Krajewski

    Outlines areas of computer technology important for schools of the future. Points out the importance of providing students with the most current tools, ideas, and technologies if they are going to ... More

    pp. 2-6

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  2. A New Computer! Becoming Acquainted and Making It Work for You

    Donald K. Lemon

    Provides a step-by-step approach for administrators to follow when becoming aquainted with their first computer. (MD) More

    pp. 7-10

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  3. Using Technology in the Curriculum--A Valuable Asset

    Patricia Mohn

    Schools are being encouraged to include more technology, but planning is an essential step in integrating technology into the curriculum. Provides a description of a successful approach to... More

    pp. 11-14

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  4. New Directions for the Business Education Curriculum

    Thomas L. Erekson & Lowell Barr

    High technology is transforming the American economy from an industrial to an information base. Outlines ways business educators can incorporate these changes into business curriculum. (MD) More

    pp. 24-28

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  5. Sharing Technology: Keeping Small Rural Schools Alive

    Gary L. Nytes & Paul Musegades

    Small rural schools can use telecommunication and educational networking to gain access to information and extend curriculum. Provides a model plan for developing a technology cooperative. (MD) More

    pp. 33-35

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  6. Linking Smaller Schools for a More Effective Curriculum

    Don E. Siegmund & Joel McFadden

    Describes a successful instructional television consortium developed by four small Illinois high schools. The system eliminated the need to transport students long distances for a quality education... More

    pp. 35-38

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  7. Instructional Uses of Computers: Stress Problem-Solving Skills to Capitalize on Potential

    Stanley Pogrow

    The potential of computers in education cannot be reached unless planning includes effective use of computer technology and its applications. Presents a list of recommendations for developing... More

    pp. 47-54

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