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ERIC Number: ED272183
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984-Apr
Pages: 255
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Technology and the Longer View. Proceedings of the Annual National Conference on Technology and Education (1st, Ft. Worth, Texas, April 19-20, 1984).
Klier, Betje, Ed.; And Others
To address the challenges to education posed by the new information technologies, participants from 41 states--publishers, administrators, teachers, subject specialists, and leaders from the field of educational computing--gathered to share ideas and visions. This report of the conference proceedings includes introductory comments by John Roach of Radio Shack and Lorrin Kennamer and Nolan Estes of the University of Texas at Austin, and four keynote speeches: "Technology: Developing Our Newest and Greatest Resource" (Donald J. Senese); "Excellence and Equity: Toward the 21st Century" (Ruth Love); remarks by Pierre Duguet; and "From Slates to Silicon" (Patricia Albjerg Graham). The texts of 10 papers presented in "breakout sessions" are also included: (1) "Computer Literacy at the Secondary Level" (Arthur Luehrmann); (2) "Computer Competencies for School Administrators" (Jim Poirot and Ted Mims); (3) "Before You Use It, You Have To Choose It: Purchasing Considerations" (Don Roberson); (4) "Planning for a Computer Curriculum" (Ruth E. Randall); (5) "Communications and the Computer: An Application Study" (Thomas E. McCann); (6) "Foreign Language: Does Your Computer Speak French?" (Betje Klier); (7) "Teaching the Talented and Gifted" (Marianne Marrapodi); (8) "Special Education Software" (Victor Fuchs); (9) "Copyright Issues for Electronic Publishing" (Carol Risher); and (10) "Beyond Instructional Computing: Preparing Students for The Electronic Age" (Michael N. Milone, Jr.). (THC)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Community
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Tandy Corp., Ft. Worth, TX. Radio Shack Education Div.; Texas Univ., Austin. Coll. of Education.