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Computer-Assisted Drill and Practice for Behaviorally Handicapped Learners: Proceed with Caution
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Education and Treatment of Children Volume 11, Number 3,

Abstract

Ten male elementary school students identified as behaviorally handicapped practiced answering math fact problems in both paper-and-pencil and computer-assisted drill and practice programs to assess efficiency of both techniques. Results indicate that students reached criterion levels faster with pencil and paper, and expressed a preference for this mode. (Author/PB)

Citation

Landeen, J.J. & Adams, D.A. (1988). Computer-Assisted Drill and Practice for Behaviorally Handicapped Learners: Proceed with Caution. Education and Treatment of Children, 11(3), 218. Retrieved February 22, 2019 from .

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