INQUIRY, INTERACTION, AND TECHNOLOGY
A program for students of education at Bryn Mawr College, Haverford College, Swarthmore College, University of Pennsylvania
(Supported by an AT&T Learning Network Teaching and Technology Grant)
Education and Technology: Past, present, and beyond
Posing the question
- Can the products of the information technology revolution be used to further educational objectives, and, if so, how?
- Is it possible that the information technology revolution actually provides a distinctive, never before available, and uniquely appropriate set of tools to enhance education in an inquiry based, interactive, constructivist mode?
First session: The Web: Information and Experiences
Second session: The Web and Interactivity: Becoming Both Student and Teacher
Third session: The Web and Interactivity: More on Webweaving
Fourth session (today)
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