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The Effects of Instructional Computer Games and Drill and Practice Software on Learning Disabled Students' Mathematics Achievement
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Computers in the Schools Volume 6, Number 3,

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Discussion of the use of microcomputers by special education students highlights a study that compared the effects of a drill and practice program with an instructional computer game on the acquisition of multiplication skills among junior high and high school learning disabled students. (22 references) (LRW)

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Bahr, C.M. & Rieth, H.J. (1989). The Effects of Instructional Computer Games and Drill and Practice Software on Learning Disabled Students' Mathematics Achievement. Computers in the Schools, 6(3), 87-101. Retrieved January 28, 2020 from .

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