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Internet in Brazilian public schools: Policies beyond politics
Sorj, Bernardo · Lissovsky, Mauricio · Marian and Arthur Edelstein Virtual Library [corporate]

PublishedMay 2011
Type of workWorking Paper nº 6
PeriodicalPages 1-37
PublisherThe Edelstein Centre for Social Research
CountryBrazil, South America

ABSTRACT
This Brazilian study focuses on the practices and opinions of teachers in order to map current patterns of Internet usage in the Rio de Janeiro school system. A key part of the study includes identifying obstacles and dead ends that would hinder the productive pedagogical use of the internet for information and communication.

Keywords education · Internet · K-12 · policy · research · statistics · technology

Published atRio de Janeiro
Languageeng
ISBN978-­85-­7982-­053-­3
RefereedDoes not apply
Rights© 2011 Bernardo Sorj and Mauricio Lissovsky. All rights reserved.
URLhttp://www.centroedelstein.org.br/PDF/WP_6_English.pdf
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