Costs, Effects, and Utility of Microcomputer-Assisted Instruction in the Classroom
American Educational Research Journal Volume 27, Number 4, ISSN 0002-8312
The costs, effects, and utility of mathematics instruction assisted by microcomputer presentations were compared with those of conventional classroom approaches, using 79 students in grades 3 and 5. Results indicate that grouping students for instruction on microcomputers in classrooms is cost effective. (SLD)
Fletcher, J.D. (1990). Costs, Effects, and Utility of Microcomputer-Assisted Instruction in the Classroom. American Educational Research Journal, 27(4), 783-806.
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