Computers And Education

Guests: Alan Cromer Professor of Physics Northeastern University Boston, Massachusetts Bill Tally Senior Associate Researcher Center for Children and Technology Education Development Center New York, New York Jim Schnitz Director of Solutions Strategy IBM Global Education Provo, Utah One of the biggest issues facing educators is the role computers and the internet in the classroom. Is giving school children bigger and better computers the answer to our education problems, or is it just a waste of time and money? In this hour of Science Friday, we'll look at some of the new computer technology in the classrooms, and discuss the role it plays in the education of our children.



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