Project TEACH Implements Versatile Software

Ham, Lisa
January 2001
T H E Journal;Jan2001, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p70
Focuses on the concept of implementing technology integration into the curriculum in the United States. Dificulty in training the teachers; Introduction of project TEACH in the Keller Independent School District in Keller, Texas; Evaluation of the project TEACH; Agreement of teachers to teach educators different areas of technology.


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