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CAI and the Development of Automaticity in Mathematics Skills in Students with and without Mild Mental Handicaps
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Computers in the Schools Volume 11, Number 1, ISSN 0738-0569

Abstract

Describes a study that compared computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and a more traditional paper-and-pencil method in teaching mathematics skills to elementary school students with and without mild mental handicaps. Pretests and posttests were analyzed, and it was found that CAI, and extended practice, enhanced automatization of mathematics skills. (LRW)

Citation

Lin, A. (1994). CAI and the Development of Automaticity in Mathematics Skills in Students with and without Mild Mental Handicaps. Computers in the Schools, 11(1), 43-58. Retrieved July 16, 2019 from .

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