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A 4-Stage Model of Development for Full Implementation of Computers for Instruction in a School System
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Computing Teacher Volume 11, Number 4, ISSN 0278-9175

Abstract

Before school systems can fully utilize computers, they go through four invariant stages: (1) getting on the bandwagon, (2) confusion, (3) pulling it all together, and (4) full implementation. At each stage, the six factors of hardware, software, staff development, computer assisted learning, computer literacy, and attitude must be considered. (MBR)

Citation

Cory, S. (1983). A 4-Stage Model of Development for Full Implementation of Computers for Instruction in a School System. Computing Teacher, 11(4), 11-16. Retrieved February 17, 2020 from .

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