Apple classrooms of tomorrow
. [On-line] Available at: /www.apple.com/education/k12/leadership/acot/; "Apple K-12 effectiveness reports." www.apple.com/education/ k12/leadership/effect.html.
Author's note: Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow
(ACOT) is a research and development collaboration among public schools, universities, the National Alliance for Restructuring Education, and Apple Computer, Inc.
In May 1991, Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow
(ACOT) in partnership with Orange Grove Middle School of Tucson, Ariz., conducted an investigation to see how teachers and students would use mobile computers connected by wireless local area network (WLAN) and wide area network (WAN) to learn about Sabino Canyon in Tucson.
Be sure to discover or brush up on the three-tiered model used by Apple in the ACOT, Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow
The Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow
(ACOT) project began over a decade ago with the assumption that computers might change classrooms.
[2.] Steve Dwyer, "Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow
: What We've Learned," Educational Leadership, April 1994, pp.