The Effects of Computer Use on the Acquisition of Multiplication Facts by a Student with Learning Disabilities
Journal of Learning Disabilities Volume 20, Number 6,
The effectiveness of software use alone or in combination with teacher intervention on the acquisition of multiplication facts was evaluated in a study of a 16-year-old male student with a specific mathematics disability. The computer assisted instruction alone produced only transitory effects, while the combined approach resulted in maintenance of gains. (Author/DB)
Howell, R. (1987). The Effects of Computer Use on the Acquisition of Multiplication Facts by a Student with Learning Disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 20(6), 336.