T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

T.H.E. Journal is an application of technology journal for educators and administrators in higher education, K-12 and industry training. Founded in 1973, it is published 11 months per year by T.H.E. Journal.T.H.E. Journal subjects include education, management and administration. The editor-in-chief is Katherine Grayson. The managing editor is Olivia LaBarre.

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 6, January

Arizona School's New Language Lab Adds More Than Expected
When exposed to the advancements of technology and its application in the educational arena, even today's technologically jaded parents are amazed at the change in the classroom. The parents of students at Coronado High School in Scottsdale, Ariz. are...
AT&T Offers Wide Range of Communications Solutions for Education
Tying a school to all of its many parts -- both internally and outside to other campuses, offices or institutions -- with phone and data communications services is a newly critical factor. Doing it well opens opportunities for staff and students, eases...
Bring Intercultural Encounters into Classrooms: IECC Electronic Mailing Lists
The traditional U.S. classroom has four very strong, very permanent walls. While there may be occasional opportunities for field trips or other out-of-class activities, most formal learning takes place within these confines. However, it is now becoming...
CD Network in Carrollton Is Helping to Literally Change Learning
Named one of the top three districts in the country for "technological innovation" by the NII Advisory Council's recent McKenzie study, Carrollton City School System in Georgia is firmly committed to discovering how best to utilize electronic tools to...
In Pursuit of 'World Standards.'(13th Annual Conference on Technology and Education) (Industry Trend or Event)
I have just read some 400 abstracts of papers from over 30 nations. It was part of my contribution to the Program committee of the 13th International Conference on Technology and Education (ICTE), which is being held next March 17-20 in New Orleans....
LCD Projectors Aid Presentation in "Courtroom of the Future." (Technology Information)
When Professor Winton Woods of the Tucson-based University of Arizona's College of Law heard about the major class-action trial involving Charles Keating's troubled Lincoln Savings & Loan, he immediately secured a seat in the courtroom. The celebrated...
Multimedia and Cultural Diversity
In the next century, a large portion of the United States population will be primarily of Latino and Asian background. This is already the case in many Southern Californian communities. In this environment, responsible educators continue to search for...
Presentation Devices Extend Reach of Information to Entire Groups
Presentation devices are key to extending the reach of information from individuals to entire groups, large or small. In the past year, developers have introduced a host of new products that can help presenters capture an audience's attention. And instructors...
'Super Magnet' High School Delivers Curriculum over High-Speed Network
Dallas Public Schools faced several challenges when they set out to develop the data communications network for Townview Magnet Center, a landmark "super magnet" high school that opened in August. On one site, the college-preparatory Townview school...
Use of Computers at High Schools in Turkey
Turkey's Ministry of Education initiated a computer-aided education (CAE) project in 1984, which took shape between 1984 and 1986. Its main aims were to spread computer literacy and the use of computers as one tool to compensate for the poor quality...
Videoconferencing Alliance to Develop International Special Education Programs and Practices
The term "global community" is commonly used in college and university settings. People at all levels of the university can participate and contribute in the global community through videoconferencing. Of particular value in Special Education is the...
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