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Of the currently available programs for microcomputers, only a few are applicable for reading instruction, and those being used are most frequently drill and practice. These programs focus on reading skills such as letter recognition, word...
Computing Teacher Vol. 15, No. 8 (1988) pp. 45–47
Describes a project designed to teach elementary students to write interactive stories using an authoring system called Story Tree. Benefits of the project are discussed, including the development of oral language, listening, reading, and writing...
Journal of Educational Research Vol. 72, No. 5 (1979) pp. 265–70
While a computer simulation training course did not make student teachers significantly more able to give an informal reading inventory for elementary students, they were able to diagnose reading weaknesses more accurately. (JD)