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Computers in Public Schools: Changing the Image with Image Processing
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NASSP Bulletin Volume 79, Number 572, ISSN 0192-6365

Abstract

The kinds of educational technologies selected can make the difference between uninspired, rote computer use and challenging learning experiences. University of Arizona's Image Processing for Teaching Project has worked with over 1,000 teachers to develop image-processing techniques that provide students with exciting, open-ended opportunities for exploration, discovery, and quantitative analysis. (MLH)

Citation

Raphael, J. & Greenberg, R. (1995). Computers in Public Schools: Changing the Image with Image Processing. NASSP Bulletin, 79(572), 90-97. Retrieved May 13, 2021 from .

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