Factors that influence a teacher's decision whether or not to use computer technology as an instructional tool are explored in this book. Based on her own research, Melissa Evans-Andris discusses the ways teachers use computers; identifies administrative behaviours that support or inhibit the use of computers in schools; and recommends specific strategies for implementing educational computer use.
|Publication date:||30th July 1996|
|Publisher:||Corwin Press Inc an imprint of SAGE Publications Inc|
|Categories:||Primary & middle schools,|
Melissa Evans-Andris is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Louisville, Kentucky. Her interests include the sociology of education, work and occupations, and qualitative research methodologies particularly as they relate to schools and teaching. Her research focuses on school reform, sustainability of school improvement, and teacher quality. She authored a book in 1996 entitled An Apple for the Teacher: Computers and Work in Elementary Schools. Most recently she directed two research efforts, including a federal study entitled Comprehensive School Reform, Educational Dynamics, and Achievement in Kentucky Middle Schools and a state project entitled A Research Study of the Kentucky ...More About Melissa Evans-Andris