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Interactive Learning

by ALFRED BORK, University of California—, Irvine

We are at the onset of a major revolution in education, a revolution unparalleled since the invention of the printing press. The computer will be the instrument of this revolution. While we are at the very beginning—the computer as a learning device in current classes is, compared with all other learning modes, almost nonexistent—the pace […]

Interactive Learning: Twenty Years Later

by ALFRED BORK, University of California—, Irvine

  It is always interesting to read what one has written many years ago. In this case the paper was initially given as an invited lecture to the American Association of Physics Teachers, the Millikan lecture. Then it was reprinted with several other papers of mine in Robert Taylor’s book, (The Computer in School: Tutor, […]