Education Week, October 1, 1998, p. 23

As part of Education Week's annual "Technology Counts" special issue, various authors profiled ten ways technology is being used to help reform schools. Here's what they found:

  • Basic skills. While "drill and practice" is the typical approach of most computerized instructional programs, theories are emerging that this is just one component of the important need to teach basic skills. Drill-and-practice methods often fail to convey underlying concepts or help students apply skills to other
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