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Computer-Managed Practice: Effects on Instructional Methods and on Teacher Adoption
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Teaching and Teacher Education Volume 6, Number 1,

Abstract

Israeli teachers (N=142) were surveyed in a study designed to identify the effects of computer-managed practice on teaching methods, factors which encouraged teachers' adoption of computers for instruction, and the effects of this type of instruction on student learning. (IAH)

Citation

Hativa, N. (1990). Computer-Managed Practice: Effects on Instructional Methods and on Teacher Adoption. Teaching and Teacher Education, 6(1), 55-68. Retrieved May 17, 2022 from .

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