Effect of Adaptive Advisement on Perception in Learner-Controlled, Computer-Based Instruction Using a Rule-Learning Task
ECTAJTRD Volume 31, Number 4, ISSN 0148-5806
Students in experimental group received continuous feedback on learning performance and were allowed to make instructional decisions to determine whether learner control of instruction can be facilitated by directly affecting the student's perception of learning need. Results are discussed in reference to an information-processing approach to the design of computer-based instruction. (Author/MBR)
Johansen, K.J. & Tennyson, R.D. (1983). Effect of Adaptive Advisement on Perception in Learner-Controlled, Computer-Based Instruction Using a Rule-Learning Task. Educational Communication and Technology: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Development, 31(4), 226.
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