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Error Monitoring by Learning Handicapped Students Engaged in Collaborative Microcomputer-Based Writing
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Journal of Special Education Volume 23, Number 4, ISSN 0022-4669

Abstract

Eleven learning-handicapped students, ages 8-13, generated text at microcomputers both alone and as members of dyads. Examination of mechanical errors revealed a lower error rate in the dyad condition compared to working alone. The relationship between error monitoring and the social interaction needed for collaboration is discussed. (Author/JDD)

Citation

Hine, M.S. (1990). Error Monitoring by Learning Handicapped Students Engaged in Collaborative Microcomputer-Based Writing. Journal of Special Education, 23(4), 407. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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