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ERIC Number: ED301153
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Pages: 144
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: N/A
Technology in Education: Implications and Applications.
Zellner, Ronald D., Ed.; And Others
Nine of the 15 papers in this collection consider the current uses of technology in education and the implications of this use; the six remaining papers focus on applications of technology in education. The papers are: (1) "A Qualitative Synthesis of Pictorial Complexity on Learner Achievement" (Jay Angert, Jon Denton, and Francis Clark); (2) "Information Management in Our Schools: A Time for Change" (Leonard Lindstrom); (3) "A Systematic Approach to the Development of Campus Level Administrative Information Management Systems" (Steve Wilson); (4) "Defining the Role of Calculators and Computers in the Learning and Teaching of Secondary School Mathematics" (Robert Kansky); (5) "Telecommunications: Applications and Considerations for Use" (Jon Denton, Michael O'Connor, and Robert Rossing); (6) "Educational Computing: A Good Buy for K-12 Education? Maybe Not" (Michael Burger); (7) "Selected Research on Computer-Assisted Instruction in Reading" (Barbara Schaudt); (8) "Computer Application in Second-Language Learning" (Viola Flores-Tighe and David Zuflet); (9) "Teaching the Handicapped and Disadvantaged via Computer: What We Have Learned from Field Research" (Carol Anderson and Donna Norton); (10) "A Systems Approach for the Development of Computer-Based Instruction in Primary Grades, Heart Health Curriculum" (Sue Beall); (11) "Monitoring Student Progress with Microcomputers" (Maynard Bratlien and Beth Taylor); (12) "Computer-Based Testing with Young Children" (Brooks Applegate, Patricia Alexander, and Victor Willson); (13) "Encoding and Retrieval Process in the Spatial Memory Performance of Adults" (Robert Hall, Ernest Goetz, Steven Eckert, Michael Stowe, and Suzanne Kangiser); (14) "An Illustrative Application of Microcomputer Technology to the Study of Reading" (Douglas Palmer, Jean Kueker, and Michael Stowe); and (15) "Manipulating Quantitative Data with a Data Management System or Replacing the Shoe Box with the Microcomputer" (Robert Fellenz and Gary Conti). The text is supplemented by various tables and figures, and each paper contains a list of references. (EW)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Researchers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Texas A and M Univ., College Station. Instructional Research Lab.