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Analysis of the Relative Instructional Efficiency of Microcomputer-Based Instructioon and Teacher-Directed Instruction for Hearing-Impaired and Normal-Hearing Youth
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American Annals of the Deaf Volume 128, Number 5,

Abstract

Analysis of relative instructional efficacy for 12 hearing impaired and 12 hearing adolescents revealed significantly fewer errors on problem solving tasks for hearing impaired Ss in the microcomputer condition than in the teacher-directed condition. Normal hearing Ss produced significantly fewer errors than the hearing impaired Ss regardless of condition. (Author/CL)

Citation

Smaldino, S.E. (1983). Analysis of the Relative Instructional Efficiency of Microcomputer-Based Instructioon and Teacher-Directed Instruction for Hearing-Impaired and Normal-Hearing Youth. American Annals of the Deaf, 128(5), 642. Retrieved September 23, 2019 from .

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