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The Role of Technology and Computer-Based Instruction in a Disadvantaged Alternative School's Culture of Learning
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Computers in the Schools Volume 28, Number 1, ISSN 0738-0569

Abstract

New approaches to instruction are increasingly being advocated to meet the needs of diverse learners. Educational researchers have identified the further development and application of computer-based instruction technologies for managing differentiated learning for all students as essential for shifting to a learner-centered paradigm of instruction in future schools. This study examines how a disadvantaged alternative high school implemented technology use and computer-based instruction to support a learner-centered culture of learning. Based on findings, the study looks for implications and future directions to better support learner-centered instruction for diverse students.

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Watson, S.L. & Watson, W.R. (2011). The Role of Technology and Computer-Based Instruction in a Disadvantaged Alternative School's Culture of Learning. Computers in the Schools, 28(1), 39-55. Retrieved November 14, 2019 from .

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