Shrinking the world: a supplemenary high school computer curriculum
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Timothy Young
The project contains a high school supplementary computer curriculum centered on the acquisition of the Spanish language and understanding of the culture. The review of the literature indicates that the computer can be an effective medium with which to facilitate cooperative or collaborative learning and individualized instruction. In addition, technology provides an opportunity for peer tutoring and can instill a desire to learn. The project activities were designed around communicative, cultural, or structural goals that were identified in one or more of the three lessons located in each unit of the Dime Uno textbook. The supplementary computer curriculum was developed for a Spanish teacher of 9th - 12th grade students at Eisenhower High School in Yakima, Washington.
Greene, Trevor L.T., "Shrinking the world: a supplemenary high school computer curriculum" (1998). Master of Education Graduate Projects. 167.