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on science learning lessons Students.
Research has shown success with both assistive-technology and computer-assisted instruction
for students with ASD, and we believe achievement with computers can be extended to total online course delivery that can be used effectively to replace one or more brick-and-mortar courses.
(CAI) has been demonstrated to be effective for increasing sight word recognition (Chambers, Abrami, McWhaw, & Therrien, 2001; Englert, Zhao, Collings, & Romig, 2005; Irausquin, Drent, & Verhoeven, 2005; Lee & Vail, 2005).
A comparison of computer-assisted instruction
, semi-programmed instruction, and teaching assistant-led instruction in general chemistry.
Personalized feedback and cognitive achievement in computer-assisted instruction
The text includes problem-solving strategies, group activities to develop new critical thinking skills, a computer-assisted instruction
tutorial, and suggested readings.
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
These expenditures include the costs for contract teachers (who are not on the school district's payroll), educational television, computer-assisted instruction
, and rental of equipment for instruction.
TeachTown is a new computer-assisted instruction
(CAI) program that utilizes best-practices ABA to teach a variety of skills to young children.
This article focuses on how computer-assisted instruction
(CAI) can be a supplemental teaching tool for teaching English Language learners, and on how these activities can be extended at home to produce a greater school-home relationship.
The effects of feedback and second try in computer-assisted instruction
for rule-learning task.
Typical applications of instructional technology may use conventional media such as videotapes, computer-assisted instruction
, or more complex systems, such as hypermedia instruction programs and the World Wide Web (Web).