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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?
Elaborated corrective feedback and the acquisition of reasoning skills: A study of computer-assisted instruction
in 2-year colleges: Technology for innovative teaching.
With recent advances in computer technology, there has been a strong interest in the use of computer-assisted instruction
(CAI) in the education of children with disabilities.
I have learned, however, that computer-assisted instruction
is not the entire solution.
The effects of traditional instruction and game strategies on teaching selected typing skills to junior-high school students with moderate to severe handicaps through computer-assisted instruction
Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, a behaviorist model for computer-assisted instruction
(CAI) existed in which language instruction was introduced in the form of drill and practice (Butler-Pascoe & Wiburg, 2003; Stevens, 1989).
Though many chapters provide some historical material, the handbook lacks specifically historical surveys of the various attempts to integrate communication technology in education--studies of film, radio schools, television, and computer-assisted instruction
Chen & Bernard-Opitz, (1993) compared live personal instruction to computer-assisted instruction
and found better motivation and fewer behavior problems with computer-assisted instruction
for 3 of the 4 participants.
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