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The Connected Family: Bridging the Digital Generation Gap
At a time when parents wonder how computers are changing their children's lives, the world's foremost expert on how children learn to work with computers speaks out.
Hardcover, 211 pages
Published October 25th 1996 by Taylor Trade Publishing
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Great book. Every teacher and parent should read it. Kids should be able to freely use computers in school. School should be heavily re-thinked. Mass production is no longer an adequate model for education. Apart from the problems that result from its inadequacy to modern times, it just won't be enough to provide education for all. And we do need to make education available to all.