Addresses the question of whether technology can provide significant support for constructivist, project-based teaching and learning approaches and the associated issue of the elements needed for an effective implementation of technology within an educational reform context. Includes case studies of 9 sites that have been using technology in ways that enhance a restructuring of the classroom around students' needs and project-based activities. Sites selected were those that emphasized education reform and provided challenging, authentic activities for students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Illustrated.He figured out a way to make music by getting the computer to play certain letters by certain powers and it changed the musical tone of the note, and he actually wrote a piece. He stayed in every recess.... When I asked him what he wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||Technology and Education Reform|
|Author||:||Barbara Means, Kerry Olson|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1997-01-01|