Missing the train

Braue, David
June 2002
Bulletin with Newsweek;6/4/2002, Vol. 120 Issue 6327, p56
Focuses on the lack of training of teachers on the use of computer technology in teaching practice in Australia. Reference to computer notebooks distributed to teachers; Implications of the introduction of computers to primary schools; Inquiry into he value of technology to education by an educator.


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