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Designing Effective Computer Assisted Instruction

American Biology Teacher Volume 46, Number 3,


Discusses three main aspects of developing effective computer-assisted-instruction (CAI) materials. These include beginning with a complete model of teaching, including certain minimum components and characteristics in a lesson, and evaluating and revising a lesson until it is successful. (JN)


Alessi, S.M. (1984). Designing Effective Computer Assisted Instruction. American Biology Teacher, 46(3), 146. Retrieved March 1, 2021 from .

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