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Hoffman, Ruth Irene – Educational Perspectives, 1984
Topics urgently needed in the preservice teacher education curriculum are discussed: computer literacy, hardware, software, classroom management, and the changing teacher-pupil relationship in a computer usage setting. (MNS)
Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, Computer Software, Computers, Curriculum
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Glenn, Allen D. – Educational Perspectives, 1984
Needs of college of education faculty for computer literacy are discussed. A definition of computer literacy is first given, followed by an example of how it was developed in the College of Education at the University of Minnesota. (MNS)
Descriptors: Computer Literacy, Computer Oriented Programs, Educational Change, Instruction
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Dennis, J. Richard; Standiford, Sally N. – Educational Perspectives, 1984
The need to define the role of computers in teacher education is discussed. Topics include planning lessons, evaluating materials, facilitating mastery, learning to diagnose, managing learning, student evaluation, motivation, learning to decide, and knowing content. (MNS)
Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, Curriculum, Educational Change, Evaluation
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Ing, Vivian S. P. – Educational Perspectives, 1979
The author defines community education and identifies those components which seem to facilitate an ideal relationship between a school and its neighborhood. Criteria for evaluating the community education emphasis of a particular school are included. This article is part of a theme issue on community education in Hawaii. (SJL)
Descriptors: Activities, Community Education, Community Involvement, Community Schools
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Smith, Douglas C. – Educational Perspectives, 2001
Describes a positive approach to preventing and reducing violence in Hawaiian schools that focuses on building a set of social and emotional strengths that serve to preclude or inhibit the occurrence of antisocial behavior. Components of this approach include connecting with family and peers, promoting emotional literacy, cognitive behavioral…
Descriptors: Antisocial Behavior, Cognitive Restructuring, Educational Environment, Elementary Secondary Education