Computer-Assisted Instruction Effectiveness...A Brief Review of the Research
International Journal of Instructional Media Volume 20, Number 4, ISSN 0092-1815
Reviews research in computer-assisted instruction (CAI): early research; quantitative (meta-analysis); computer drill and practice; and related subjects: cognitive style differences, instructional design, microcomputer-based CAI, cognitive theory, cognitive processing, memory, limitations to CAI (subject areas/materials/costs and teachers/students) and CAI effectiveness (student achievement, learning time, student attitudes, low-ability students). (65 references.) (PEN)
Wang, S. & Sleeman, P.J. (1993). Computer-Assisted Instruction Effectiveness...A Brief Review of the Research. International Journal of Instructional Media, 20(4), 333.
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