Computers as Tutors: Solving the Crisis in Education
by Frederick Bennett
Publisher: Faben 1999
Frederick Bennett methodically and logically analyzes current educational Practices with a focus on the enhanced role computers can play in the schools. His review of past educational theory and present-day situations illustrate the frustration of many with our schools. Bennett's vision for education will not be easy to achieve, but this information is well worth the time that parents, taxpayers, school board members, educators, and politicians, and other stakeholders would spend reading this book.
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