Presents arguments for restructuring traditional education that point toward a new approach - one that advocates interactive learning through exploration, critical analysis, problem solving and communication in multiple media. The book focuses on improving learning and teaching with the use of technology, including VCRs, computers, videodisc players, scanners and modems.This deductive form of argumentation is the one most student writers tend to use in persuasive essays. ... The class discusses which approach would be most appropriate for the topic chosen for this exercise, and how writers would go about anbsp;...
|Title||:||Restructuring Schools with Technology|
|Author||:||Linda Roehrig Knapp, Allen D. Glenn|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 1996|