Project E.L.I.T.E.: A Case Study Report of Teachers' Perspectives on a Social Studies Computer Pilot Project
Canadian Social Studies Volume 31, Number 4, ISSN 1191-162X
Highlights the experiences of three elementary teachers involved in a computer technology project. Teachers' concerns included computer materials that did not closely match the required curriculum, lack of preparation and training, and the inconsistent level of the success experienced by both students and teachers. (MJP)
Gibson, S.E. & Hart, S. (1997). Project E.L.I.T.E.: A Case Study Report of Teachers' Perspectives on a Social Studies Computer Pilot Project. Canadian Social Studies, 31(4), 171.
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