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Using Technology for Powerful Social Studies Learning


Social Education Volume 61, Number 3, ISSN 0037-7724


Identifies and outlines key considerations that should influence the selection of instructional technology. Provides specific questions to ask about hardware, multimedia use, computer assisted instruction, and the Internet. Considers specific applications (and limitations) of these technologies with regard to specific social studies standards and objectives. (MJP)


Rose, S.A. & Fernlund, P.M. (1997). Using Technology for Powerful Social Studies Learning. Social Education, 61(3), 160. Retrieved March 19, 2019 from .

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