Changing how and what children learn in school with computer-based technologies.

  title={Changing how and what children learn in school with computer-based technologies.},
  author={Jeremy Roschelle and Roy D. Pea and Christopher M. Hoadley and Douglas N. Gordin and Barbara Means},
  journal={The Future of children},
  volume={10 2},
Schools today face ever-increasing demands in their attempts to ensure that students are well equipped to enter the workforce and navigate a complex world. Research indicates that computer technology can help support learning, and that it is especially useful in developing the higher-order skills of critical thinking, analysis, and scientific inquiry. But the mere presence of computers in the classroom does not ensure their effective use. Some computer applications have been shown to be more… CONTINUE READING

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