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study of the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction

Marlene M. Gorman

study of the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction

by Marlene M. Gorman

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Published by Laurentian University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Marlene M. Gorman.
The Physical Object
Pagination39 l.
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20015535M

Brown () conducted one of the more complete studies of the effect of computer-assisted instruction on learner achievement. Brown conducted a scientific study of the effect of comput- er-assisted instruction on mathematics achievement. The study was conducted in a . based on the increase of the mean of the study. Abante. International Journal of Applied Physics and Mathematics, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 82 Abstract—This study investigated the effectiveness of simulation and computer assisted instructions (CAI) on the performance of students under regimental training on multipleFile Size: 1MB.

Computer Assisted Instruction. Nevertheless, there is need to deviate from this traditional practice. Hence in the present investigation, the focus was shifted to studying the effectiveness of Computer Assisted Instruction in terms of its instructional and nurturing effect like study habits. A study evaluating the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction in reading compared two groups- one using computers, the other not using them. The researchers first tested the students for "reading readiness" and insured that the average readiness scores of students in the two groups was the same.

Kadhiravan, S. (), Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Instruction in relation to students use of Self-regulated Learning Strategies Objectives: (i) To find out whether there is any difference among the three instructional strategies viz. Lecture Method (LM), Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI). This study compared the effectiveness of computer‐assisted instruction to that of one‐on‐one tutoring for teaching people with mild and moderate cognitive disabilities when both training methods are designed to take account of the specific mental deficits most commonly found in cognitive disability by: 1.


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Study of the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction by Marlene M. Gorman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this study was to compare academic performance of students enrolled in a developmental mathematics course using traditional instruction, traditional instruction supplemented with computer-assisted instruction, and online distance learning.

However, the effectiveness of these programs for teaching mathematics to students with specific learning disability is unclear.

This study was undertaken to determine if computer-assisted instruction was as effective study of the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction book other methods of instruction that do not use computers for teaching mathematics to these students. The Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction in Developmental Mathematics.

By Kathy Spradlin and Beth Ackerman. ABSTRACT: This quasiexperimental study compared academic performance of students enrolled in a developmental mathematics course using traditional instruction (i.e., lec-ture) and traditional instruction supplementedFile Size: KB.

The Present Study Entitles The Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Instruction in Teaching Arithmetic B. Objectives of the Study To develop the CAI in Mathematics for Standard VIII students studying in schools affiliated to GSHSEB (Gujarat State Secondary and Cited by: 3.

How effective is the use of computer assisted instruction to teach physical examination skills among students and trainees in the health sciences professions in comparison to in person teaching of this topic without computer assisted instruction in improving knowledge and skill development.

PROSPERO CRDAuthor: Jennifer Tomesko, Riva Touger-Decker, Margaret Dreker, Rena Zelig, James Scott Parrott. The study of effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction versus traditional lecture in probability and statistics Abstract: The purpose of this study is to enhance teaching quality and effect of probability and statistics by computer-assisted instruction (CAI).

A Brief Review on the Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction on the Academic Skills of the Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder DOI: /RSEPCONFERENCES predictability and motivating learning opportunity which meets the needs of the students with autism (Luckevich, ).

The present study was aimed at effectiveness of computer assisted instructions (CAI) in teaching of mathematics at secondary level adopted experimental method and observing the difference between (CAI) and traditional method.

A sample of sixty (60)File Size: KB. The major purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of computer assisted instruction in the mathematics classroom. Mathematics achievement scores of Chapter I students receiving only traditional instruction were compared to mathematics achievement scores of Chapter I students using computer assisted instruction.

examining the effectiveness of a computer as sisted vocabulary instruction program on vocabulary learning was the study of L in, Chan & Hsiao (). According to. The purpose of this study was to find out the effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction in the development of Study Habits in relation to Gender, Locality and Socio-Economic Status of Secondary School Students.

Pre-test, post-test parallel group. EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION IN NURSING EDUCATION: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW - M. Joan Belfry B. N., McGill University, A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE (EDUCATION) in the Faculty of Education @ M.

Joan Belfry Simon Fraser University. This study ascertained whether or not computer assisted instruction (CAI) enhanced the quality of the educational experience and resulted in increased learning.

The study involved the teaching of a 3-week instructional unit on population genetics and evolutionary processes to advanced placement biology students. The control group (N=38) received the instructional unit alone while the Cited by: -The present study was aimed at effectiveness of computer assisted instructions (CAI) in teaching of mathematics at secondary level adopted experimental method and observing the difference between (CAI) and traditional method.

Samples were collected. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION IN. DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS. A Dissertation. Presented to. The Faculty of the School of Education. Liberty University. In Partial Fulfillment. of the Requirements for the Degree.

Doctor of Education. Kathy D. Spradlin. September the effectiveness of using computer assisted instruction in teaching english as a foreign language in a japanese secondary school (fukuoka, japan) submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the master of arts in teaching degree at the school for international training brattleboro, vermont by robert guy chartrand april This study examined student performances, in a comparison between computer-assisted instruction and traditional instruction to determine if there were significantly higher achievement scores by microcomputer users.

The purpose was to identify a teaching strategy that would accelerate attainment of mathematics skills needed for the multiplication of whole : Mary Ann Jackson McIntyre. Although previous meta-analyses have documented the efficacy of computer-assisted statistics instruction, the current study examined a range of specific features that presumably influence its effectiveness, such as the level of learner engagement, learner control, and the nature of by: This study examined the effect of computer‐assisted instruction (CAI), used as a problem‐solving supplement to classroom instruction, on students' understanding of chemical formulas and mole concept, their attitudes toward chemistry subjects, and by: This meta-analysis investigated how effective computer-assisted instruction (CAI) is on student achievement in secondary and college science education when compared to traditional instruction.

Results showed a small positive effect for CAI use when used in simulation or tutorial modes, with individual computer use, and when used as a supplement to traditional by:. The results of the study show that the combination of computer-assisted instruction and collaborative work improves learning without a significant effect on attitude.

Due to some limitations of the study the results cannot be by: This study provides data that support computer-assisted instruction (CAI) as an effective instructional method when teaching associate degree nursing students about congenital heart disease.A researcher conducts a study on the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) by comparing classes that use this method with classes that do not.

The researcher expects the CAI classes to show higher gains in achievement. This expectation is the independent variable.