Open Access Graduate Research Paper
With the ever-increasing use of the microcomputer in the classroom, numerous studies, surveys, and reports have been done on this topic. One would think that with this new technology at a teacher's fingertips, everyone would be excited and eager to get a microcomputer to use in his/her classroom. Such is not the case. Many teachers are hesitant about the computer, while others are ready and willing. Perhaps it is because of the drastic, sudden push for computer use and computer literacy. Perhaps it is because of the competitiveness among state education agencies. Whatever the reason, most believe that microcomputers are here to stay, and educators should become accustomed to it. Being comfortable with the computer is the key to its success or failure in the classroom.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
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©1985 Michael J. Schultz
Schultz, Michael J., "Microcomputers in education" (1985). Graduate Research Papers. 3316.