Computers on the Farm Conference

Educational Software for Your Children
Carolyn Burns, Pittsburgh, KS and Bill Pabst, MU
January 5, 2000

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Bill Pabst
Bill Pabst (seated) and Carolynn Burns (not pictured) gave those in attendance several options in children's educational software.

In a thirty minute concurrent session Wednesday night, Carolyn Burns of Pittsburgh, Kansas and Bill Pabst of the University of Missouri explained to those in attendance some of their choices in educational software for children. The two presented software that was not only educational, but entertaining as well. A combination of education and entertainment, they noted, is oftentimes the most effective tool for teaching kids.

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