The Computer as a Tool in Curriculum Management

Kline, Charles E.; Sorge, Dennis H.
January 1973
Educational Leadership;Jan1973, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p327
The article discusses the use of the computer as a curriculum management instrument in the United States. The uses of the computer in curriculum management are in the areas of curriculum planning, curriculum implementation, and curriculum evaluation. The personnel selecting and running the equipment and/or supervising the data-processing department should be held accountable for failures in school district computing ventures. The curriculum leader should be aware that he is master and the computer is slave.


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