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investigative study into the effectiveness of using Computer-aided Instruction (CAI) as a laboratory component of college-level biology
Written in English
|Statement||by Joan Beverly Barrett.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||186|
COMPUTER-AIDED INSTRUCTION Douglas N. Arnold I. Introduction Computer-Aided Instruction (CAI), diverse and rapidly expanding spectrum of computer technologies that assist the teaching and learning process. CAI is also known as computer-assisted instruction. Examples of CAI applications include guided drill and practice exercises,File Size: 4KB. H1: There is a significant relationship between computer aided instructions and computer aided instructions and business studies students’ achievement in junior secondary schools. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY. The findings would be significant to student teachers, parents, school administrators, ministry of education as well as the at large.
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Kadhiravan, S. (), Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Instruction in relation to students use of Self-regulated Learning Strategies Objectives: (i) To find out whether there is any difference among the three instructional strategies viz. Lecture Method (LM), Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI). The Ultimate Guide to Writing Investigation Reports. to keep the scope of the investigation focused narrowly on the allegation and avoid drawing separate but related investigations into the report. The Ultimate Guide to Writing Investigation Reports. Article. 12 Tips for Writing an Effective Investigation .
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With this need come new ways of solving the dilemma, such as Computer-aided Instruction (CAI). This case study investigated the use of CAI as a laboratory component of college-level biology in a small, rural community college : Joan Barrett.
autism. They compared two implementations in this study. The first one was group instruction in which alphabet books were used by the teacher and the other one was multimedia computer-assisted instruction.
They tried to find out the effectiveness of the applications in acquisition and maintenance. The findings suggested that the two. To equip biology students with data literacy skills, this study investigates the utility of retooling the electronic programming tutorial system, Swirl, for teaching applied statistics in a cohort.
The use of Computer-Aided Instruction (CAI) in schools has become an important topic of research among educators with the widespread availability of microcomputers to aid teachers and students in their teaching and learning process.
While many past studies have been carried out to gauge the effectiveness of CAI in enhancing students' performance, this research seeks to unravel factors Cited by: 7.
This study examined the effects of computer-assisted instruction – framed as playful activity and presented via e-tablet – on the literacy and numeracy skills of preschoolers’ enrolled in a. experimental group received computer-aided instruction through the use of FASTT Math, while the control group received traditional instruction, consisting of flashcards, paper.
and-pencil and oral practice. At the conclusion of the study, the control group received. the effectiveness of computer assisted instruction in the mathematics classroom. Mathematics achievement scores of Chapter I students receiving only traditional instruction were compared to mathematics achievement scores of Chapter I students using computer assisted instruction.
Chapter I students from grades 9, method, using different audio visual aids, computer aided instruction, mathematical club etc. One of the methods is auto-instructional method. It is a method of individualized instruction.
One of its forms is CAI (Computer Assisted/Aided Instruction) auto instructional teaching. It is very useful to the teachers andCited by: 3. Computer-aided instruction has been widely utilized all over the world.
In fact, the Developing Mathematics Programmes (DMP) in Turkey supported the use of computer in education as it recommends computer-aided instruction (CAI) as an alternative teaching methodology that could enhance students’ mathematical skills.
The above problems confronting the teaching and learning of mathematics can be handled using Computer Aided Instruction (CAI). Computer Aided Instruction is a learning process in which students interacts with and is guided by a computer through the course of study aimed at achieving certain instructional goals (Eke ).
instruction or instruction using teacher-directed activities. Since there is sparse educational research regarding the effectiveness of using computer-assisted instruction for teaching mathematics to students with specific learning disability, the results of this study provide a starting point for future research on this Size: 91KB.
more effective than traditional instruction. Nagataclaimed that self-study computer-based instruction based on natural language processing technology which provides full-sentence production exercises and detailed grammatical feedback to learners' errors is more effective than the non-CALL work-book instruction.
and traditional instruction with computer homework. Although the research on computer-assisted instruction has indicated positive. effects on student learning in a wide range of grades and subject matter, the research on.
computer-assisted instruction in developmental mathematics is limited to isolated studies. The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of two programs that teach nurses the use of the Chinese version of the National Institute of Health Stroke Scale (C-NIHSS), and to evaluate the level of learner satisfaction with these teaching programs.
we recommend that in a future study one should take into account the personnel Cited by: The study focused attention on the effectiveness of Computer Aided Instructions (CAI) on students’ performance in basic electricity in technical colleges in Rivers State.
The study adopted the pretest posttest quasi experimental design method. The population of the study comprises of. the effectiveness of using computer assisted instruction in teaching english as a foreign language in a japanese secondary school (fukuoka, japan) submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the master of arts in teaching degree at the school for international training brattleboro, vermont by robert guy chartrand april Journal of Human Movement Studies,THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPUTER- ASSISTED INSTRUCTION ON TEACHING THE SKILL OF SETTING IN VOLLEYBALL N.
V e r n a d a k is, E. Z e t o u, P. A n t o n io u a n d E. KlOUMOURTZOGLOU A ristotle University o f Thessaloniki, D epartm ent o f Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Thessaloniki, G reeceFile Size: KB.
technology-based teaching and learning into the schools’ national curriculum. This study aims to analyze teachers’ perceptions on effectiveness of ICT integration to support teaching and learning process in classroom. A survey questionnaire was distributed randomly to the total of teachers from 10 public secondary schools.
Abstract. This study was undertaken to determine the effects of computer-aided instruction on mathematics performance of pupils at the Grade 4 level in Region 5. This focus was due to the trend of poor performances in mathematics at the National Grade 4 Cited by: 1.
The study aims to determine the effect of implementing a Computer-Assisted Instruction on secondary physics students’ academic achievement. The research utilized the quasi experimental pretest-posttest control group design that is participated by Grade 10 students of a private school in the Philippines.
The experimental group was taught using the Computer-Assisted Instruction while the. Overview of Computer-Aided Instruction Collet-Klingenberg, L. (). Overview of computer-aided instruction.
Madison, WI: The National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders, Waisman Center, The University of Wisconsin.
Computer-aided instruction includes the use of computers to teach academic skills and to promote File Size: KB.This study tried to find out the effect of computer-aided instruction on the academic performance of third year students in Science and Technology III at Cawayan Integrated School, Division of Northern Samar.
More specifically, it aimed to determine.The Impact of Computer-Aided Instruction on Student Achievement Ernest Tolbert Jr. This dissertation was designed to examine the impact of computer-aided instruction (CAI) on student achievement in a business education course and examine student used a book and tape to explore stories, while the experimental group used computerizedAuthor: Ernest Tolbert.