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| Vol 11|No 9|June|2002
by Douglas W. Green Ed. D. and Thomas OBrien Ph. D.
Two researchers report on the successes and the frustrations of a forward-thinking Pennsylvania project aimed at bringing rich learning to students in one urban district.
Laura Lewis reviews Donald Norman's book about the way technology ought to be - truly helpful and virtually invisible.
Laura Lewis reviews the intriguing findings of the ACOT project reported in this study by Sandholtz, Ringstaff and Dwyer.
Despite all the hype and attention, the term "digital literacy" may not make much sense.
By Jamie McKenzie
About the Author
What do computers do while students are away for the holidays?
An important new book from Australia with a focus on problem-based learning, questioning and literacies.
Credits: The photographs were shot by Jamie McKenzie.
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