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Technology and the Educational Workplace
Understanding Fiscal Impacts 1997 AEFA Yearbook



August 1998 | 224 pages | Corwin
This volume focuses on the power of technology to improve education and to create global educational environments. The contributors present exciting new programs for training administrators and teachers, and makes clear the possibilities that technology brings to the lives of researchers and policymakers.
Kathleen C Westbrook
Preface
 
PART ONE: POLICY CHANGES FACING THE GLOBAL VILLAGE
Maureen W McClure
The GINIE Project
Responsible Neighbors, Many Generations

 
Emily Vargas-Baron
State Financing of International Higher Education Partnerships for Trade and Development
Srebren Dizdar and Cecilia Wandiga
Education, Technology and the Social/Economic Order
 
PART TWO: NATIONAL AND STATE ISSUES
Karen Fullerton
Common `Mythstakes' in Technology Planning
Faith E Crampton
The Coming Crisis in Student Access to Educational Technology
Revisioning the State and Federal Roles in Funding

 
F Howard Nelson
Teachers and Parents without School Buildings
How Teacher Unions Can Use Technology Creatively

 
 
PART THREE: CURRICULUM, TRAINING AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT
Barbara Y LaCost, Alan T Seagren and Sheldon L Stick
At a Distance
Using Technology in Distributed Learning in Higher Education

 
Hank Bromley and Stephen L Jacobson
Technology and Change in School Administrator Preparation
Michael Waugh and Marianne Handler
Preparing Teachers to Teach with Technology
The Costs and Benefits of Developing an Electronic Community of Learners

 
James F Angevine
Images of the Future
Crystal Ball Gazing and Technology Policy making

 
Kathleen C Westbrook
Bits n' Bytes
Epilogue and Prologue

 

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ISBN: 9780803965614