computer-assisted instruction

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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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Another goal is to encourage the use of other services the organization provides, including one-to-one tutoring and computer-assisted instruction.
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.

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