As computer costs decline, it becomes feasible for every student, regardless of economic circumstance, to have a computer and use it in school. This creates exciting possibilities for improving the educational experience of all students worldwide as suggested by the next two exercises. [Note: Check out initiatives such as the One Laptop Per Child Project (
www.laptop.org). Also, research “green” laptops—and note the key “going green” characteristics of these devices. Look into the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (
www.epeat.net) which can help you assess the “greenness” of desktops, notebooks and monitors to help you decide which products to purchase.]
7.39 (Computer-Assisted Instruction) The use of ...