A Comparison of Two Methods for Teaching Keyboarding in the Elementary School
Computers in the Schools Volume 11, Number 4, ISSN 0738-0569
Describes a study of elementary school students grades three though six that compared two methods of keyboarding instruction, one that used a tutorial computer program and one that involved the teacher and lesson plans. Results indicate the more teacher-intensive method was more efficient and effective than the computer program. (LRW)
Nichols, L.M. (1995). A Comparison of Two Methods for Teaching Keyboarding in the Elementary School. Computers in the Schools, 11(4), 15-25.
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Lois Nichols, University of Maryland, United States
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