Four ways to use computers in education

 Four ways to use a computer in education: assessment, content delivery, exploration, programming

Which of these ways dominates? Why?

 

* Note: There are some tasks which overlap. Programming a computer (under the creation category) to achieve a specific task could be a form of assessment, for example. Also, one could probably argue that "exploration" and "programming" aren’t really distinct categories. 

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3 Comments

  • What about Creating? Publishing? Sharing? Are these connected to another category?

  • David Wees wrote:

    In some sense, I could see these as connected to the exploration category, but maybe Creation should be it’s own category, replacing programming (since programming is a form of creation).

  • David Wees wrote:

    I’ve changed the programming category to creation, and have grouped programming as part of creation.

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