Information and Communications Technology in the 21st Century Classroom
by Diana Perez Marin
Publisher: De Gruyter Open 2015
Number of pages: 195
The book is written from the global perspective of a textbook. It is not focused on a specific type of classroom instruction. It provides students and teachers with practical information for an easy start in using computers for education according to pedagogic goals.
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