There are hundreds of software programs being pitched every day to teachers and administrators. But the reality is that many of the latest programs are not what students are using when they use computers in schools. What they're using is software like Word, PowerPoint and email. What is keeping the wiz-bang software out of the classroom? Producer Richard Paul test drives some of the hot new applications and investigates the gap between the promise and reality of educational software. This program is part of our ongoing series on education and technology and is funded in part by the United States Department of Education.
This program is part of our ongoing series on education and technology and is funded in part by the United States Department of Education.
An interactive math curriculum for the classroom, homeschooling, or tutoring.
I Can Learn Education Systems
This software utilizes the computer's full potential to be a comprehensive learning tool.
Online math courses for students of all ages.
Teacher's Complete and Easy Guide to the Internet
by: Ann Heide, Linda Stilborne 1998
Tips for teachers on using the web in class, including recommended sites, suggested projects, and other teachers' experiences.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000/2001 for Terrified Teachers
by: Elin K. Cook, Josh Braun, Robert O. Ray 2001
An easy to follow guide to bringing this software into the classroom.