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Computers in Schools. Tutor, tool, tutee. Tutor. Here the computer teaches Material presented, with questions to be answered or tasks to be done Used for some university courses – statistics… Used in distance education How effective for learning? How effective for teaching?

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computers in schools

Computers in Schools

Tutor, tool, tutee

tutor
Tutor
  • Here the computer teaches
    • Material presented, with questions to be answered or tasks to be done
    • Used for some university courses – statistics…
    • Used in distance education
  • How effective for learning?
  • How effective for teaching?
  • Behaviourist or constructivist?
slide3
Tool
  • Here the computer is used as a tool to achieve some end
    • Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint etc
    • Tool use common
  • How effective for teaching?
  • How effective for learning?
  • Behaviourist or constructivist?
tutee
Tutee
  • Here the computer is the student
    • LOGO, general programming
  • How effective for teaching?
  • How effective for learning?
  • Behaviourist or constructivist?
reading
Reading
  • Taylor, R.P. (Ed.). (1980). The computer in the classroom: Tutor, tool, tutee. New York: Teachers College Press.
  • Hawkridge, D. (1990). Who needs computers in schools, and why? Computers and Education, 15(1-3), 1-6.
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