Teaching High School Science Using Image Processing: A Case Study of Implementation of Computer Technology
Journal of Research in Science Teaching Volume 35, Number 3, ISSN 0022-4308
Outlines an in-depth case study of teachers' use of image processing in biology, earth science, and physics classes in one high school science department. Explores issues surrounding technology implementation. Contains 21 references. (DDR)
Greenberg, R., Raphael, J., Keller, J.L. & Tobias, S. (1998). Teaching High School Science Using Image Processing: A Case Study of Implementation of Computer Technology. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 35(3), 297-327.
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