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Information Processing and Educational Microcomputer Technology: Where Do We Go from Here?
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Journal of Learning Disabilities Volume 20, Number 3,

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Research is reviewed on the use of microcomputer technology with learning disabled students in two major areas: (1) extended practice and its role in the development of increased automaticity of basic information processing skills; and (2) problem solving and metacognitive activities. (Author/DB)

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Goldman, S.R. & Pellegrino, J.W. (1987). Information Processing and Educational Microcomputer Technology: Where Do We Go from Here?. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 20(3), 144. Retrieved November 21, 2019 from .

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