Publication Date

1992

Subjects

Classroom research, Computer assisted teaching, Computer literacy, Computer software, Educational technology, Evaluation, Gender differences, Learning processes, Personal computers, Professional development, Student attitudes, Teaching methods

Comments

Digitised from a library copy of the book published by the Australian Council for Educational Research.

Abstract

The empirical study discussed in this book was conducted in the Sunrise classrooms at Coombabah State School, Queensland in 1991-92, in which each student had their own laptop computer. Part I provides a theoretical framework for learning and teaching with computers. Part II deals with issues relating to the acquisition of computer literacy. Part III describes the empirical study conducted with 115 Year 6 and Year 7 students, and Part IV deals with issues relating to the professional development of teachers who teach students with computers and with the evaluation of computer software by teachers.

Place of Publication

Hawthorn, Victoria

Publisher

Australian Council for Educational Research

ISBN

086431129X

Geographic Subject

Queensland

Learning with Personal Computers Part 1.pdf (11645 kB)
Learning with personal computers Part I

Learning with Personal Computers Part 2.pdf (19523 kB)
Learning with personal computers Part II

Learning with Personal Computers Part 3.pdf (20886 kB)
Learning with personal computers Part III

Learning with Personal Computers Part 4.pdf (4584 kB)
Learning with personal computers Part IV

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