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The Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction on Student Achievement in High School Biology
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School Science and Mathematics Volume 92, Number 4, ISSN 0036-6803

Abstract

Presents a study to determine differences in effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) compared to traditional instruction of general biology students (n=54) for units on photosynthesis and introductory genetics and to assess students attitudes toward CAI. Results indicate CAI tutorials are no more or less effective in promoting student achievement, and the photosynthesis group preferred CAI. (MDH)

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Morrell, P.D. (1992). The Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction on Student Achievement in High School Biology. School Science and Mathematics, 92(4), 177. Retrieved April 23, 2019 from .

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