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Reflections on the History of Computers in Education: Early Use of Computers and Teaching about Computing in Schools
Arthur Tatnall, Bill Davey (Eds.)
Front matter
Lessons from the Great Underground Empire: Pedagogy, Computers and False Dawn
Stewart Martin
1-25
No One Is Born a Global Citizen: Using New Technologies to Bring ‘Other Stories’ into the Classroom
Alnaaz Kassam
26-47
Learning Along with Your Students: Projects from the Graduate Diploma of Computer Education
John Murnane
48-70
Introduction of Computers in Primary Schools in Norway – From Experiments to Implementation
Sindre Røsvik
71-82
Information Literacy in the Netherlands: Rise, Fall and Revival
Joke Voogt, Alfons Brummelhuis
83-93
From Student Geek to Teacher Geek Chic – Reflections on How Computers Were Used while as a Student and then as a Teacher
Therese Keane
94-109
Whatever You Do... Don’t Put the Computer Room Near the Maths Department! or, I Was an Early Adopter, an Enthusiastic Disseminator, But Now
David Demant
110-120
The Beginnings of Computer Use in Primary and Secondary Education in Spain
Javier Osorio, Julia Nieves
121-130
Early Uses of Computers in Schools in the United Kingdom: Shaping Factors and Influencing Directions
Don Passey
131-149
Theoretical and Epistemological Foundations of Integrating Digital Technologies in Education in the Second Half of the 20th Century
Eva Dakich
150-163
The Introduction of Computers in Irish Schools
Denise Leahy, Dudley Dolan
164-173
The Rise of Information and Communication Technology Era in the Israeli Educational System
Ben-Zion Barta, Liora Shapiro, Daniel Millin, Ephraim Engel
174-196
The Hopes and Realities of the Computer as a School Administration and School Management Tool
Rory Butler, Adrie Visscher
197-202
Computers in Schools in the USA: A Social History
Kevin Parker, Bill Davey
203-211
The Dutch Situation: An Ever Continuing Story
Bert Zwaneveld, Victor Schmidt
212-238
Computers in Education in Finland
Jari Koivisto
239-245
Schools, Students, Computers and Curriculum in Victoria in the 1970s and 1980s
Arthur Tatnall
246-265
The First 25 Years of Computers in Education in Poland: 1965 – 1990
Maciej Sysło
266-290
Catching the Bug: Pupils and Punched Cards in South Africa in the Late 1970s
Martin Olivier
291-301
From Mathematics Teacher to Computer Assisted Learning Researcher
Richard Millwood
302-309
The Victorian State Computer Education Committee’s Seeding Pair In-Service Program: Two Case Studies
William Keane
310-323
The Historical Relationship between Affective Variables and ICT Based Learning and Instruction and Achievement in the Israeli School System
Yaacov Katz
324-338
Predicting the Future of Computers in Schools – A Reflection Paper?
Richard Taylor
339-346
Experiences as a Student in Chile with only Pre-computer Technologies
Fernando Toro
347-364
Reflections on Computers in Education 1984 – 2001: The Logo Continuum
Martin Chambers
365-372
From Learning to Use Towards Learning to Code: Twenty-Five Years of Computing in Dutch Schools
Jan Lepeltak
373-383
Pioneering the Internet in the Nineties – An Innovative Project Involving UK and Australian Schools
Angela Lecomber
384-393
The Educational Programming Language Logo: Its Nature and Its Use in Australia
Anne Mcdougall, John Murnane, Sandra Wills
394-407
My Work among the Keyboards: Remembering the Early Use of Computers in the Classroom
Michael Hammond
408-416
Reflections on the Beginnings of an Educational Revolution (?)
Arthur Tatnall, Bill Davey
417-422

 

 


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