Education for an Information Age
by B.J. Poole, E. Sky-McIlvain
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown 2006
Number of pages: 353
The primary goal of the text is to help you incorporate the computer into your K-12 curriculum. A secondary goal is to support your endeavors towards becoming the most effective educator you can be in the context of the K-12 classroom of today and tomorrow.
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