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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1986 Volume 2, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Teaching Basic Skills through Microcomputer Assisted Instruction

    George Bass

    This study, which assessed the effectiveness of microcomputer-assisted instruction in assisting low achieving fourth to sixth graders to attain mathematics and reading mastery, found performance of... More

    pp. 207-19

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  2. A Study of a Computer-Assisted Instructional System Using Causal Modeling

    T Dary Erwin & Randall B. Nelson

    Describes development of a causal model to test effects of scholastic ability, computing attitudes, and computing background of university undergraduates on use of a computer-assisted instructional... More

    pp. 221-33

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  3. The Effectiveness of Computer-Based Adult Education: A Meta-Analysis

    Chen-Lin C. Kulik

    A meta-analysis of findings from 24 controlled evaluations showed computer-assisted instruction (CAI) usually has positive effects on adult learners, i.e., it raised examination scores and reduced ... More

    pp. 235-52

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