REFERENCE: Armstrong, S. (1995). Telecommunications in the Classroom. Palo Alto, CA: Computer Learning Foundation and the International Society for Technology in Education.
Co-published by the Computer Learning Foundation and the International Society for Technology in Education and made possible by a grant from The Prodigy Services Company, this 200+ page guide, Telecommunications in the Classroom, is an excellent resource for educators eager to integrate telecommunications activities into their curriculum. This resource guide includes dozens of telecommunications lesson plans, classroom activities, and ideas. Written by U.S. and Canadian teachers, lesson plans also include contest winners from the Computer Learning Month and the ISTE's Special Interest Group for Telecommunications (SIGTel) exemplary lesson plan contests.
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