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Brogan, Patricia – Educational Leadership, 2000
Today's children enter classrooms with skills and expectations that challenge adults. Kids with superior keyboarding skills may resist penmanship lessons. Learning is a two-way process. Computer-literate kids should be encouraged to share skills with other students and teachers. Teachers should pass on acquired skills to students. (MLH)
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Benefits, Elementary Secondary Education, Handwriting
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Smith, C. LeMoyne – Educational Leadership, 1988
Contends that business education, including keyboarding, accounting, word processing, and business fundamentals, will have a crucial role in preparing productive citizens in the emerging service-related economy. (TE)
Descriptors: Accounting, Business Education, Business Skills, Data Processing Occupations
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Cleveland, Jackie; Orlick, Rosemarie – Educational Leadership, 1990
The students in an Arizona elementary school writing lab form learning groups that alternate between paper and pencil activities directed writing techniques, and word processing and keyboarding skills. After students have progressed through brainstorming, rough draft, revision, and editing processes, their work is published by the Polar Press.…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Elementary Education, Microcomputers, Student Publications