computer-assisted instruction


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instruction

 [in-struk´shun]
computer-assisted instruction CAI; instructional activities that use a computer as the primary vehicle for teaching content or processes rather than one-to-one interaction with a student.

computer-assisted instruction (CAI)

a teaching process that uses a computer in the presentation of instructional materials, often in a way that requires the student to interact with it. Also called computer-assisted learning.

computer-assisted instruction

Abbreviation: CAI
Computer-based instructional programs for individual learners. The term most often refers to drill and practice, tutorial, or simulation exercises used as stand-alone instruction or as supplementary materials. A more recent term is e-learning.
See also: instruction
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Through the above investigations and analyses, a major result is found that computer-assisted instruction system as a supplement to English teaching can improve students' academic achievement in the long term.
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Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) for CE and training supplementation within the laboratory is one effective solution.

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