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ERIC Number: ED116693
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Nov-19
Pages: 12
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Progress and Pedagogy: The Teachers Dilemma in a Technological Revolution.
Barnes, Rey L.
Though most technological advances are triggered by the initiative of the military and business sectors, if educators can overcome their aversion to technology, some recent technological developments can easily be adapted for use in the educational sector. For example, an experimental color television camera developed recently is no larger than a 35mm camera; resolution in video equipment has been vastly improved and changed to a digital mode which can be used to generate extremely realistic computer animation; advances in fiber optics and lasers may lead to the development of high-density audiovisual recorders with no moving parts; and reducation of electrical components to the molecular size also provides some interesting possibilities for the near future. It remains to be seen if man's imagination and sensitivity will insure that these technologies are used in beneficial ways. (EMH)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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