In this presentation sociocultural theory is used to explain the opinions of African American parents on the influence of technology on learning among children in a large Midwestern urban center.
|Keywords:||Technology Equity Issues, Sociocultural Theory, Computers|
Academic Credentials: Ph.D. Loyola University, 2000, Educational Psychology Minors: Research Methods; Special Education; Curriculum and Instruction M.S. Chicago State University, 1994, Education - Special Education M.A. University of Illinois, 1973, Social Science B.A. University of Illinois, 1973, Sociology/History Research Interests: Brain-based learning, educational linguistics and student attributions Publications and Presentations: Books: Career Development Activities for Language Arts and Social Studies (6th Grade Social Studies Lessons). Chicago: Chicago Public Schools, 1998. Structured Curriculum Handbook A Resource Guide for Grade Six Social Science First Semester. Chicago: Chicago Public Schools, 1999. Expecting More: Program of Study Grades 9 and 10 Social Science. Chicago: Chicago Board of Education, 1997. Expecting More: Program of Study Grades 6, 7 and 8 Social Science. Chicago: Chicago Board of Education, 1998. Recent Articles: Brain based learning and special education. In Thomas E. Deering (Ed.), Teacher Education (pp.128-167), Anu Books, Shivaji Road, Meerut India (ISBN: 81-85126-91-7). Popular culture, critical pedagogy and the African American Print Media". In James J Van Patten (Ed.) The future of Education Issues and Trends (pp.164-184), Anu Books, Shivaji Road, Meerut India (ISBN: 81-85126-102-7) Emotion, neurobiological learning and classroom instruction, Research Journal of Philosophy and Social Science,No.1-2, pp.23-34.
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