Putting Computers in Their Proper Place: Analysis versus Intuition in the Classroom
by Hubert L. Dreyfus & Stuart E. Dreyfus - 1984
No one doubts that computers will play a rapidly increasing role in education. And almost no one doubts that this will be a great boon for students and teachers. But this rush to computerize the classroom has bypassed the basic question: In what areas can computers help and in what areas could the use of computers prove counterproductive? Just what is the proper place of computers in education?
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