Computer-Based Drill and Practice in Arithmetic: Widening the Gap between High- and Low-Achieving Students
American Educational Research Journal Volume 25, Number 3,
The differential effects of computer-assisted instruction for high-achieving and low-achieving students were examined for seven elementary students of varied background. Higher-achieving students were more able to adjust to the requirements of computer work and to derive benefit from it than were lower-achieving students. Implications for teaching are discussed. (SLD)
Hativa, N. (1988). Computer-Based Drill and Practice in Arithmetic: Widening the Gap between High- and Low-Achieving Students. American Educational Research Journal, 25(3), 366.
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