Computer-assisted instruction versus traditional instruction
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Computer-assisted instruction versus traditional instruction by Judith Ann Hill

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Computer-assisted instruction.,
  • Language arts.,
  • Language arts -- Computer-assisted instruction.,
  • Seventh grade (Education)

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Edition Notes

Other titlesTraditional instruction.
Statementby Judith Ann Hill.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 208 leaves :
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13591182M

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middle school Mathematics Computer Assisted Instruction versus traditional instruction method, four 6th grade class-room were identified, two classroom within each of two mid-dle schools. Two classrooms used Computer Assisted Instruc-tion as the . Learning outcomes as measured by exam scores in a pharmacy calculations course were compared between two groups of students: one group in a traditional lecture format and one group in a computer-assisted instruction (CAI) format. One hundred ten students were divided into two groups seven weeks after both groups were in a lecture format. Exam scores for the two groups were similar before the. using “MS Excel and “Coypu” software versus traditional instruction. Results indicated that computer-aided instruction was much more effective than the traditional instruction on increasing academic achievement. The Aim of the Study This study was conducted to compare computer-aided instruction, creative drama and traditional instruction. Computer-Assisted Instruction Vs. Traditional Instruction Volume VII, No. 1, Issues in Information Systems such as Real Player or Windows Media Player. HyperCam, is a very popular screen capture software package that is extremely effective, easy to .