A Trip to the Past and Future of Educational Computing: Understanding Its Evolution

@inproceedings{Aslan2011ATT,
  title={A Trip to the Past and Future of Educational Computing: Understanding Its Evolution},
  author={Sinem Aslan and Charles M. Reigeluth},
  year={2011}
}
Although machine use in education was introduced in the 1920s with instructional radio and 1950s with instructional television, these technologies lacked one of the most important components of learning - interaction. Computers have filled this void. The functions they have served, the ways they have been used, and the terms they have been given have changed since their introduction to our schools, but their rooted presence in our educational lives has continually increased over time. Our in… CONTINUE READING

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