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Using Computer Simulations To Teach Decision Making in Reading Diagnostic Assessment for Re-mediation
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ELSHALIF Volume 6, Number 3, ISSN 1096-1232

Abstract

Outlines how five cases of real children encountering serious reading difficulties were transformed into computer-simulated diagnostic case studies, called WebCases, to provide opportunities for graduate students in reading specialist courses to apply a diagnostic decision-making model in reading diagnostic assessment. Describes the effects on the learning and confidence of graduate students who use the WebCases. (PM)

Citation

Kibby, M.W. & Scott, L. (2002). Using Computer Simulations To Teach Decision Making in Reading Diagnostic Assessment for Re-mediation. Electronic Literacy in School and Home: A Look into the Future., 6(3),. Retrieved September 16, 2019 from .

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