Humanistic Perspectives on Computers in the Schoolsby Steve Harlow, D Lamont Johnson
Pub. Date: 01/28/1985
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
In exploring the place of the computer in the human context of the school, this thoughtful, insightful volume probes the effects of the computer's presence on human potential and learning and examines the promise and direction of the computer in the education of children. Researchers and practitioners share very diverse concerns--with a healthy dose of caution--about the computer's impact upon the classroom and student learning. Topics include the computer and the exceptional student, computer games as teaching tools, teaching writing through word processing, as well as evaluating the educational value of microcomputers.
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >