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Computer-assisted instruction and learning, a selected bibliography of articles
Sharon Y. W. Lee
|Statement||Sharon Y.W. Lee.|
|Series||Public administration series--bibliography,, P-1274|
|LC Classifications||Z5814.A85 L42 1983, LB1028.5 L42 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||83195422|
Evaluation of the impact of computer-related technologies on learning must take place within a theoretical framework consisting of theories, concepts, and principles to be meaningful. The framework provides the context of a research, its rationale, and its significance. The instructional theory and technology defined by Robert Gagne is selected as a theoretical framework to explain the. Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) could be of great help because of the drill-and-practice, tutorial, or simulation activities offered either by themselves or as supplements to traditional teacher directed instruction. (Cotton, ). Cotton found in her study that computer software provides many instructional benefits and CAI can have a much.
Advanced Search Citation Search. Search term. Advanced Search Citation Search. Login / Register. Journal list menu. Journal. Articles. Actions. Tools. Follow journal. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. Edited By: Paul A. Kirschner and Jeroen Janssen. Impact factor: Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics): 79/ Recommended Citation Davidson, Robert Lloyd, "The Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Instruction of Chapter I Students in Secondary Schools. Computer Assisted Instruction of Chapter I Students in Secondary Schools." I have examined the final Assets of Computer Assisted Instruction 14 Learning Theories and Strategies Associated with.
Book Checklist This listing contains all books published from January, 9 Artificial Intelligence and Instruction: A Selected Bibliography. Volume One in the Educational Technology Selected Bibliography Series. 20 Bibliography of Programmed Instruction and Computer-Assisted Instruction. Compiled and edited by Taher A. Razik. LC techniques, computer-assisted instruction (thoug h this chapter is now pretty dated), study and travel abroad, and the local community as a cultural learning resource. The style of the book is direct and without frills. Articles also include useful references for the reader. Marshall, Terry. The Whole World Guide to Language Learning.
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Get this from a library. Computer-assisted instruction and learning, a selected bibliography of articles. [Sharon Y W Lee]. This literature review synthesizes the effects of computer-assisted instruction to enhance the reading comprehension of students with disabilities and struggling readers from – First, it addresses research that investigates the impact on comprehension when students are presented with computerized versus printed reading by: The purpose of this review paper is to present a critical, comprehensive, review of literature on the effect of computer assisted instruction on different subjects' teaching and learning with the.
Computer-assisted instruction improves instruction for students with disabilities because students receive immediate feedback and do not continue to practice the wrong skills.
Computers capture the students' attention because the programs are interactive and engage the students' spirit of competitiveness to increase their scores. learning activities or to computer activities which reinforce material introduced and taught by teachers.
Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) is a narrower term and most often refers to drill-and-practice, tutorial, or simulation activities offered either by themselves or as supplements to traditional, teacherdirected instruction.
This article examines the effectiveness of computer-assisted language instruction using Mavis Computel’s English–Yoruba talking books and pen. Using a developmental design, 21 children, a from highly educated Yoruba families were divided into an experimental and a control group.
The effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction in teaching English as a foreign language in Saudi secondary school. Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 52, –A. Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) A self-learning technique, usually offline/online, involving interaction of the student with programmed instructional materials.
Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) is an interactive instructional technique whereby a computer is used to present the instructional material and monitor the learning that takes place. Presents a bibliography on computer assisted language learning.
Most citations are post journal articles and book publications. (Author/VWL). A bibliography of published work on computer-assisted language learning (CALL) includes, in addition to work specifically concerning CALL, selected titles from. This research's attempt was to scientifically quantify and determine the impact of technology use in the classroom (specifically Computer-Assisted-Instruction and Integrated-Learning-System) on.
Archer, J. and Lavin, S. () Computer assisted instruction in geography. Geographical Perspectives Following an introductory discussion of the reasons why computer assisted instruction has largely failed to penetrate the geography classroom in the USA, the authors elaborate on the uses made of the computer in support of geography courses at Dartmouth College.
Computer assisted language learning - Volume 16 Issue 2 - John Higgins. A bibliography of computer-assisted learning. System, 1, 2, 33 Computer-assisted instruction in second language learning: an Alberta project.
Canadian Modern Language Review, 33, – Computers are increasingly a part of preschooler’s lives. The purpose of the present paper was to discuss research avenues employing computers as a learning tool and to analyse the results obtained by this method at the preschoolers’ learning level.
Specifically this research was to determine if computer assisted instruction (CAI) was a useful tool to enhance cognitive, emotional. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 17(5), Beynon, A. An investigation into the use of CAL and the dialogue strategy in a tutorial context. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning.
Online education has changed the whole framework of instruction and what can be offered to students by the instructor. These advances in both teaching and learning have brought challenges, confusion, curiosity and excitement to teachers and students alike.
Challenges notwithstanding, online learning has grown at an astonishing pace. Shuell, TJ Snow, RE, Federico, P, Montigue, W Learning theory, instructional theory and adaption Aptitude, learning and instruction 2 Hillsdale, N.J.
Lawrence Erlbaum Google Scholar Stimmel, T, Connor, J, McCaskill, E, Durrett, HJ Teacher resistance to computer assisted instruction Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation A bibliography of published work on computer-assisted language learning (CALL) includes, in addition to work specifically concerning CALL, selected titles from related areas.
These include: (1) artificial intelligence, particularly in recent developments toward. Project-Based Learning Research: Annotated Bibliography.
Dig deeper into the specific articles, studies, and reports included in our project-based learning research review. Comparing the impacts of problem-based computer-assisted instruction and the direct-interactive teaching method on student science achievement (Abstract).
- Co-operative learning - Problem-based instruction. Direct instruction is a method for developing skills and learning basic knowledge within a teacher-controlled environment. The teacher identifies clearly defined learning outcomes, conveys new information and offers guidance to their students.The use of computer technology to supplement traditional instruction is not a recent development.
Computer-based teaching and learning produced positive effects in the classroom. Students seemed to be motivated by learning through this medium (Forcier, ).
Educational technology had a large impact on student achievement.In the hardware, we find the teaching machines, the computer-assisted instruction, the learner- controlled instruction and the CCTV. The examples of software instructional sequences are programmed learning material either in the book form or in a teaching machine form and various types of self- instructional materials.