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Volume 13, Issue 4 (1984)

New Theories for New Learnings

pp. 422—428

The computer is going to be a catalyst of very deep and radical change in the educational system. Guiding that change will require far more than new facts, new statistics, and new policies. We need new conceptual frameworks for thinking about the learning process itself. These are big theses and deserve a more integrated and scholarly treatment than I could dream of attempting today. My goal is to expose you informally to some images that may stimulate your own thinking.

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