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Effects of Peer Interaction during Computer-Based Mathematics Instruction

Journal of Educational Research Volume 85, Number 3, ISSN 0022-0671


Effects of group and individualized mathematics instruction were investigated in high and average ability elementary students, noting the impact of ability grouping on achievement. Students instructed in pairs scored higher on posttests than those working alone. Ability grouping influenced the nature of intragroup interaction. Generating and receiving help predicted achievement. (SM)


Hooper, S. (1992). Effects of Peer Interaction during Computer-Based Mathematics Instruction. Journal of Educational Research, 85(3), 180. Retrieved June 25, 2019 from .

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