Document Type

Book

Publisher

Mathematics, Science & Technology Education Centre, Edith Cowan University

Place of Publication

Perth, Western Australia

Editor(s)

Kirkpatrick, D.

School

Mathematics, Science & Technology Education Centre

Comments

Wild, M. & Kirkpatrick, D. (Eds.). (1994). Computer education: new perspectives. Perth, Australia: Mathematics, Science & Technology Education Centre, Edith Cowan University.

Abstract

Computer technologies were introduced into educational contexts over two decades ago and while there is some argument about the extent to which computers have realised their potential, they have undoubtedly had a significant impact on education. A look into any school will reveal computers being used widely by clerical staff, teachers and children.

It is clear that computers are here to stay, but it is less clear as to how effectively they are being used in the learning process. Teachers not only need to use computers but they need to use them well, and in order to do this they must understand what computer technology can offer and the ways in which such technology can be used in teaching and learning.

Included in

Education Commons

 
COinS