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Approaches to Technology in Biology and Chemistry Classes: An Alternative Perspective
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Annual Meeting of the Institute for Connecting Science Research to the Classroom, "TILT 2000: Observation through Participation",

Abstract

This paper argues for extending the definition of "technology" in education to include much more than just computers, and for recognizing the dangers of using technology for its entertainment purposes. Two conceptions of the proper use of technology in science classrooms are offered: (1) technology as tool; and (2) technology as topic. Specific examples of the use of technology as a tool and as a topic in high school biology and chemistry classrooms are presented. (Contains 51 references.) (WRM)

Citation

Jervis, C.K. (2000). Approaches to Technology in Biology and Chemistry Classes: An Alternative Perspective. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Institute for Connecting Science Research to the Classroom, "TILT 2000: Observation through Participation" 2000. Retrieved October 7, 2022 from .

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