The Emperor's New Computer: A Critical Look at Our Appetite for Computer Technology
Journal of Teacher Education Volume 47, Number 3, ISSN 0022-4871
Examines current interest in computer technology in education, posing important questions to consider (what computers offer, whether technology use is consistent with contemporary learning theories, whether technology effectively promotes change, whether technology is synonymous with good teaching, whether technology promotes critical thinking, and how much information is appropriate and tolerable). (SM)
Pepi, D. & Scheurman, G. (1996). The Emperor's New Computer: A Critical Look at Our Appetite for Computer Technology. Journal of Teacher Education, 47(3), 229.
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