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NASSP Bulletin

1989 Volume 73, Number 519

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Computers in U.S. and Canadian Schools: Have We Made Progress?

    Betty Collis & Michael E. Martinez

    Based on data from two national surveys of U.S. and Canadian eleventh-grade students, this article reviews findings concerning computer literacy, computers' integration with curricula, and gender... More

    pp. 5-9

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  2. New Technologies Expand Science Curriculum and Classroom into New Frontiers

    Juliana Texley

    Three new developments are sparking renewed enthusiasm for microcomputers among science teachers: teacher-designed software, more powerful hardware, and increased access to teacher inservice and... More

    pp. 11-15

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  3. New Technologies and English in the 1990s

    Charles Suhor

    Offers modest predictions concerning technology's role in the 1990's English curriculum. Forecasts are confined to teaching composition with computers and use of desktop publishing, video... More

    pp. 16-20

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  4. Techniques and Technology in Secondary School Mathematics

    Gary G. Bitter & Harold Frederick

    Rapidly changing technology affects not only teaching techniques, but also the kinds of skills taught. New mathematics software such as the Geometric Supposer and Mathematica can function as ... More

    pp. 22-28

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  5. Art and Technology: Potential for the Future

    Guy Hubbard

    When used to achieve definite instructional goals, computers can benefit all secondary students, whether or not they are artistically talented and experienced. Laser disk applications and increased... More

    pp. 30-34

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  6. Satellite Learning--A Vision for the Future

    Judy Castleberry

    Defines distance learning, summarizes recent developments, and explains four networks in the federally funded Star School Program: TI-IN, the Midland Consortium, the Technical Education Research... More

    pp. 35-41

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  7. Selecting a Computer Network: Advice for Principals

    Steve Cherry

    Describes the efforts of a North Carolina high school principal to adapt another school's computer network system to a reading comprehension improvement project in his school. Recounts... More

    pp. 43-45

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