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Journal of Research in Science Teaching

1985 Volume 22, Number 9

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Applications of Mathematical Learning Models to Student Performance on General Chemistry: Microcomputer Drill and Practice Programs

    Barbara S. Zitzewitz & Carl F. Berger

    Monitoring student performance on microcomputer drill and practice programs over time provides evidence that students learn from the programs at different rates and that programs differ in the... More

    pp. 775-91

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  2. Effects of Microcomputer-Administered Diagnostic Testing on Immediate and Continuing Science Achievement and Attitudes

    Michael Leonard Waugh

    Investigated: (1) immediate and continuing benefits associated with using microcomputer-assisted testing with 42 biology students; (2) types of students benefiting from microcomputer-administered... More

    pp. 793-805

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