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computer-assisted instruction

[kəm′pyüd·ər ə′sis·təd in′strək·shən]
(computer science)
The use of computers to present drills, practice exercises, and tutorial sequences to the student, and sometimes to engage the student in a dialog about the substance of the instruction. Abbreviated CAI. Also known as computer-aided instruction; computer-assisted learning (CAL).
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What are the effects of computer-assisted instruction using Kurzweil 3000 on acquisition of sight words for fourth graders with disabilities?
Such results might be interpreted in the light of the fact that computer-assisted instruction improves learning for students with disabilities because students receive immediate feedback and do not continue to practice their errors (Becker, McLaughlin, Weber, & McLaughlin, 2009; Hitchcock & Noonan, 2000; MacArthur et al.
Two groups (the computer-assisted instruction and computer-based video game playing) were identified for the variable of instructional treatment.
Elaborated corrective feedback and the acquisition of reasoning skills: A study of computer-assisted instruction.
For example, Funkhouser (1993) found that high school mathematic students which received computer-assisted instruction using problem-solving mathematics software demonstrated significant increases in mathematic knowledge and problem-solving skills as compared to students which did not receive computer-assisted instruction.
TeachTown is a new computer-assisted instruction (CAI) program that utilizes best-practices ABA to teach a variety of skills to young children.
These training sessions provide teachers with computer-assisted instruction, particularly in math, science, social studies and language arts.
Through its Annual Symposia, Special Interest Groups (SIGs), CALICO Journal, CALICO Monograph Series, CALICO Resource Guide, and numerous other publications, CALICO provides both leadership and perspective in the ever-changing field of computer-assisted instruction.
However, due to the varied needs of students, the study predicted that the computer-assisted instruction would affect the different groups of students differently.
The purpose of the present study was to determine the effect of computer-assisted instruction on first grade students' vocabulary development.

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