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Computers in the classroom / hosted by Jude Thilman ; produced by Bari Scott and Joann Mar.

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Computers in the classroom / hosted by Jude Thilman ; produced by Bari Scott and Joann Mar.
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PZ0199.11
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Examination of whether the introduction of hi-technology computers and teaching aids into the classroom brings about advanced learning, or is it simply a computerized version of traditional education.|COMPUTERS IN THE CLASSROOM / hosted by Jude Thilman| produced by Bari Scott and Joann Mar. - SERIES: The Communications revolution| no. 11 Examination of whether the introduction of hi-technology computers and teaching aids into the classroom brings about advanced learning, or is it simply a computerized version of traditional education. - PANEL: Rhea Settles, Instructor at Castlemont High School's Computer Academy in Berkeley| Leslie Medine, founder of the Beacon Day School| and Kathleen Tyner, of Far West Laboratories for Educational Research and Development. Funding from the Telecommunications Education Trust. BROADCAST: Satellite, 2 Dec. 1992.

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Satellite, 2 Dec. 1992.
Item duration: 
1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|59:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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