The Computer as an Educational Tool

The Computer as an Educational Tool : Productivity and Problem Solving

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The Computer as an Educational Tool leads teachers to become proficient at using the computer to solve problems, and infusing the computer into the curriculum to enhance learning. Features new to the third edition include: *The authors have added three new chapters: The Internet and Its Resources *Curriculum Applications and the Internet *Multimedia Authoring *Chapter content is linked to NETS and ISTE/NCATE standards. *Free dual-platform CD-ROM provides readers with samples of a variety of educational software. *"Into the Classroom" essays feature real classroom teachers from across the United States and Canada discussing how they use the technology described in the chapter with students ranging from kindergarten to high school, including general, special needs, and ESL more

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  • Paperback | 446 pages
  • 182.4 x 282.4 x 19.1mm | 725.76g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 3rd edition
  • 0130895830
  • 9780130895837

Table of contents

1. Computers, Teachers, Students, and Learning. 2. The Internet and Its Resources. 3. Curriculum Applications and the Internet. 4. Instruction and Learning. 5. Problem Solving. 6. Computer Applications in Education. 7. Word Processing as a Learning Tool. 8. Learning with Graphics. 9. Learning with Spreadsheets. 10. Learning with Databases. 11. Learning with Multimedia. 12. Multimedia Authoring. 13. Networking and Telecommunications. 14. Teacher Utility more

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