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8. The G e o g r a p h y of the Y o u n g School Leaver Project, the G e o g r a p h y 14-18 Project; the Schools G e o g r a p h y 16-19 Project. G e o g r a p h y Association, Sheffield. 9. G C S E Examination Secondary E x a m i n a t i o n Council with Open University. Guides for Teachers (1986). 10. H M I , A View of the Curriculum. D e p a r t m e n t of Education and Science (1980). 11. W a t s o n D . , Developing CAL; Computers in the Curriculum. H a r p e r & R o w , L o n d o n (1987).

A full list of the new centres is given in Fig. 1. 4. O R G A N I S A T I O N A N D M A N A G E M E N T ISSUES Throughout the CTI, projects were always urged, and sometimes required, to submit regular reports to CTISS about the progress of their work. The early reports from projects participating in the programme were informed principally by either or both of two perspectives. The first of these can be conveniently labelled a "technicist" perspective, under which the challenges facing those seeking to integrate computers into the curriculum are viewed as intimate to the technology itself.

Both software systems run on an IBM PC compatible under MS-DOS. A prototype was constructed to test the approach described. The evaluation was based on a particular case study and set of tasks to be completed. The tool interface was adapted to provide the user with certain specific information related to the tool and the case study as well as the system configuration described above. This information was presented via a special menu called by depressing a specified function key, during a student's working session.

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