This exploratory investigation examined relations between teachers' views of knowledge acquisition and their use of computers in the classroom. A survey instrument that assessed views ranging from objectivism to constructivism is described; and teaching experience, demographic variables, and types of software programs likely to be used are discussed.
Hannafin, Robert D. and Freeman, Donald J., "An exploratory study of teachers' views of knowledge acquisition" (1995). GSEAP Faculty Publications. 113.
Hannafin, R. D. & Freeman, D. J. (1995). An exploratory study of teachers' views of knowledge acquisition. Educational Technology, 35(1), 49-56.