EDC Center for Children and Technology
(TR9) Restructuring for Learning with Technology
This collection of papers is a joint effort of the Center for Technology in Education and the National Center on Education and the Economy in Rochester, New York. They are the result of a conference held in January, 1990, at which these authors and others from relevant communities (researchers, practitioners, policymakers and technology experts) met and explored the productive intersections of their areas of expertise. Each paper addresses three major developments in education: advances in our understanding of student learning and the design of environments conducive to student engagement; the potential of current and future technological innovations to support student learning and thinking; and restructuring and reform efforts that focus on higher-order thinking and learning for all students. In each paper, the author considers how these issues can be brought together, both conceptually and in practice.
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