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Administrative Guidelines for Introducing Computers into the Curriculum
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NASSP Bulletin Volume 66, Number 455,

Abstract

Intended for those who are introducing computers into the classroom and those who need help with curriculum development in this area, this article explains key ingredients for successful coordination: identify interested personnel, start small, shop around, assess space available, avoid exclusivity, involve faculty, become a resource, and plan ahead. (Author/JM)

Citation

Wilson, K.G. (1982). Administrative Guidelines for Introducing Computers into the Curriculum. NASSP Bulletin, 66(455), 6-11. Retrieved June 17, 2019 from .

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