Challenges, Advantages, and Disadvantages of Instructional Technology in the Community College Classroom
Community College Journal of Research and Practice Volume 27, Number 6, ISSN 1066-8926
Presents a twenty-year history of computer-based technology integration, focusing on print automation, learner-centered approaches, and virtual learning via the Internet. Discusses integration strategies applicable in the present-day classroom, the hierarchy of teacher effectiveness, and current challenges and trends. Asserts that the ultimate success of schools still remains in training and supporting quality frontline teachers. (Contains 16 references.) (RC)
Al-Bataineh, A. & Brooks, L. (2003). Challenges, Advantages, and Disadvantages of Instructional Technology in the Community College Classroom. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 27(6), 473-484.
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