NECC '94 Boston, Recreating the Revolution

NECC '94 Boston, Recreating the Revolution

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These conference proceedings address the capabilities of technology in education. Papers and summaries of presentations are provided on topics such as: grants for educational technologies; telecomputing and electronic mail projects; instructional software and hypermedia design projects; curriculum integration; local control of the Internet; captioning for the hearing impaired; multilingual courseware and word-processing; intellectual property issues in a networked environment; multimedia use in various subject areas and in student assessment; technology's impact on teacher preparation and education; MicroWorlds; computer simulations; computer abuses and ethics; Electronic Performance Support Systems; the Star School program; problem solving for computer courses; restructuring; electronic classrooms and distance learning; partnerships in education; lifelong learning communities; interactive video and tutorials; object-oriented programming; collaborative teaching and learning; technology and intergenerational activities; and technology and educational equity. Committee members and session presiders are listed, and member societies are highlighted. The proceedings also include an alphabetical listing of authors, keywords, and session codes. (BEW)Fall of 1992 a rural Northeastern fifth grade mathematics classroom took 3 months from its traditional Addison Wesley text ... Instead of lectures, worksheets and homework problems on decimals and measurement, the students were immersed ... Content effects on word problem performance: A possible source of test bias?

Title:NECC '94 Boston, Recreating the Revolution
Publisher: - 1994


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