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Computers & Education

1994 Volume 23, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Effect Sizes Associated with Micro-PROLOG-Based Computer-Assisted Learning

    Barry J. Fraser & George P. L. Teh

    Discussion of effect sizes in computer-assisted learning research focuses on a study conducted in Singapore high school geography classes that used micro-PROLOG to determine the efficacy of... More

    pp. 187-96

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  2. Computer-Based Art Learning: Primary Children's Responses

    Jane Chia & Birnie Duthie

    Documents and analyzes the work of two computer-based art projects in Singapore where primary school children were involved in art production using a computer. Topics addressed include computer... More

    pp. 197-209

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  3. University Courseware Development: Comparative Views of Computer-Based Teaching by Users and Non-Users

    Denise McDonough

    Analyzes the responses to a questionnaire survey conducted at Liverpool University to determine the state of courseware development and the use of computer-based teaching (CBT) throughout the... More

    pp. 211-20

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  4. Animating Recursion as an Aid to Instruction

    Derek Wilcocks & Ian Sanders

    Discussion of how to teach programming skills to novice programmers focuses on the use of a program animator that uses a copies model of recursion to teach the recursive function. Various mental... More

    pp. 221-26

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  5. Getting Clean with Herkimer: A Software Package for Teaching Children in Special Education to Classify Common Objects

    Debora L. Adler

    Describes "Getting Clean with Herkimer," a software package designed to teach elementary special education students to classify personal grooming objects. A study compared this software program... More

    pp. 227-35

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