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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1990 Volume 6, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Strategies for Programming Instruction in High School: Program Completion vs. Program Generation

    Jeroen J. G. van Merrienboer

    Describes study of Dutch high school students that compared instructional strategies in a computer programing course. Completion strategy, which emphasized the modification and extension of... More

    pp. 265-85

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  2. Computer Presentational Features for Poor Readers' Recall of Information

    Sandra L. Calvert

    Describes study that examined kindergarten and second grade students' recall of information that had been presented on a computer with varying levels of visual action and verbal labels.... More

    pp. 287-98

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  3. The Relative Instructional Efficiency of Small Group Computer-Based Training

    Theodore M. Shlechter

    Describes three experiments which examined the relative instructional effectiveness of using small group computer-based training (CBT) and individual CBT in a military setting. Retention abilities ... More

    pp. 329-41

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