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Use of Computer Assisted Instruction to Improve Spelling Proficiency of Low Achieving First Graders
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AEDS Journal Volume 17, Number 4,

Abstract

Describes a study designed to assess the effectiveness of computer assisted instruction in creating successful young spellers from low-achieving first graders. Results indicate that in all but one of the seven case experiments conducted, a positive educational change was noted. (MBR)

Citation

Teague, G.V. (1984). Use of Computer Assisted Instruction to Improve Spelling Proficiency of Low Achieving First Graders. AEDS Journal, 17(4), 30-35. Retrieved July 16, 2019 from .

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