Does Computer-Assisted Instruction + Problem Solving = Improved Science Outcomes? A Pioneer Study
Journal of Educational Research Volume 95, Number 3, ISSN 0022-0671
Compared the effect of problem solving-based computer- assisted instruction (PSCAI) and lecture-Internet-discussion instruction (LIDI) on Taiwanese high school students' science achievement and attitudes. Pretest-posttest investigation indicated that PSCAI students scored higher, but not significantly higher, than LIDI students. There were statistically significant differences in favor of the PSCAI on student attitudes toward subject matter. (SM)
Chang, C.Y. (2002). Does Computer-Assisted Instruction + Problem Solving = Improved Science Outcomes? A Pioneer Study. Journal of Educational Research, 95(3), 143.
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