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I think this book is a good book to understand between theory and practice.
By contrast, computers have been introduced to the classrooms not by grassroots demands from teachers but from top down pressures from parents and administrators.
I had already read most of this book and Mr. Cuban does give people plenty to think about.
Computers spend much of their classroom time unused and collecting dust. Are computers an advantage or a distraction in a class?Published 19 months ago by EvaM
I purchased this book while I was working on a semester long project for my master's degree. I personally feel that computers are not used, in my local schools, enough; especially... Read morePublished on November 15, 2011 by R. King
The book contains a lot of good information, including surveys, and observations. I do however, have some questions. Read morePublished on March 17, 2003 by Joe Stepniak
Oversold and underused is a great read (informative and precise) for any school personel who are interested in learning more about what is happening or may happen with your... Read morePublished on February 19, 2003 by G Doug Scotland
As teachers, we all get frustrated with the limited technology in our schools. We have the equipment, but it isn't adequate for all of us to use. Read morePublished on February 16, 2003 by "shannan98"
School reform has a long history over the past two centuries. It is usual to blame schools and teachers for any current perceived failures. Read morePublished on January 2, 2002