Learning Disabled Students' Interactions with Commercial Courseware: A Naturalistic Study
Educational Technology Research and Development Volume 39, Number 1, ISSN 1042-1629
Describes a study that investigated the interaction of learning-disabled students and their teachers with instructional elements of commercial courseware. The relationship of courseware design to student independence and motivation is discussed, implications for improving courseware design are noted, and ideas for further research are suggested. (39 references) (LRW)
Neuman, D. (1991). Learning Disabled Students' Interactions with Commercial Courseware: A Naturalistic Study. Educational Technology Research and Development, 39(1), 31-49.
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