Computer-Aided Learning


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Computer-Aided Learning

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2005): New trends and technologies in computer-aided learning.
2004): computer-aided design meets computer-aided learning.
The experimental group (n = 30) follows the instruction using the computer-aided learning tool.
Therefore, we may postulate that students would not prefer to learn all subjects by using a computer-aided learning tool.
This result also supports the findings of former studies (Sinko & Lehtinen, 1999; Ketamo & Multisilta, 2003), where computer-aided learning has mostly helped low and average skilled pupils.
Computer-aided learning (CAL) is a wide area encompassing any application of computers to the education process.
CAL Tutor Vocabulary and Spelling aims to change vocabulary and spelling education's 100-year-old paradigm by using software to create an interactive individualized learning experience that is self-paced," said Robert Chomko, vice president of Computer-Aided Learning.
Computer-Aided Learning is an educational software company and an affiliate company of the Purdue Technology Center of Northwest Indiana.
Academic Systems Algebra helps teach students of any age how to teach themselves using computer-aided learning.
Medical House Publishing is a leading marketer and distributor of medical content, software and other health-related services and, in addition to the agreement with adam, has an exclusive arrangement with Aberdeen University to market, sell and distribute an extensive range of computer-aided learning packages.
Universities and colleges such as Harvard, Princeton, Wellesley and Yale, as well as many state and community colleges and high schools and the United States Department of Defense through its National Cryptologic School, teach or reinforce traditional language learning techniques with the TL computer-aided learning approach.
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