Effectiveness of Computer-Based Education in Elementary Schools
Computers in Human Behavior Volume 1, Number 1,
This metaanalysis of 32 comparative studies shows that computer-based education has generally had positive effects on the achievement of elementary school pupils. However, these effects are different for off-line computer managed instruction and interactive computer assisted instruction (CAI); interactive CAI produces greater increases in student achievement scores. (Author/MBR)
Kulik, J.A. (1985). Effectiveness of Computer-Based Education in Elementary Schools. Computers in Human Behavior, 1(1), 59-74.
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