Great Britain's Silicon.com reports on a British study of teachers' attitudes toward technology. The study, titled InterActive Education: Teaching and Learning in the Information Age, found that many teachers, particularly those in the humanities, are afraid that computers disrupt traditional book-based learning. The study described the use of technology in British schools as "sporadic" and "disappointing."...
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