Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Special Education Administration Simulations
Patrick J. Schloss
Journal of Special Education Volume 20, Number 4,
In a study evaluating the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction simulations, which used special education administration simulations with 98 high- and low-achieving college students, significant differences were not obtained between simulation and the standard objective question module. Students favored the latter module. More time was required to complete the simulation module. (Author/KM)
Schloss, P.J. (1987). Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Special Education Administration Simulations. Journal of Special Education, 20(4), 503. Retrieved June 2, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/138837/.
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