Conditioned Pupil Disposition, Autonomy, and Effective Use of ICT in Science Classrooms
Educational Forum Volume 67, Number 3, ISSN 0013-1725
Data from three projects (a CD-ROM of the periodic table, video animation on CD ROM, and data loggers) show how conditioned dispositions affect information/communications technology use. The projects demonstrate how students have been conditioned to work mindlessly in science classrooms, following the path of least cognitive demand and avoiding risk taking and inquiry. (Contains 24 references.) (SK)
Rodrigues, S. (2003). Conditioned Pupil Disposition, Autonomy, and Effective Use of ICT in Science Classrooms. Educational Forum, 67(3), 266.
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