Achievement in Basic Math Skills for Low Performing Students: A Study of Teachers' Affect and CAI
Barbara McGregor Moore
Journal of Economic Education Volume 57, Number 1,
A study of math instruction with and without a computer-assisted component (CAI) was conducted to determine the influence of teachers' attitudes on the achievement of 117 seventh-and eighth-grade remedial math students. Results indicate a major role for the teacher's personality in CAI and non-CAI interventions. (TJH)
Moore, B.M. (1988). Achievement in Basic Math Skills for Low Performing Students: A Study of Teachers' Affect and CAI. Journal of Economic Education, 57(1), 38-44. Retrieved June 7, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/140443/.
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