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Teaching Earth Sciences: Should We Implement Teacher-Directed or Student-Controlled CAI in the Secondary Classroom?
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International Journal of Science Education Volume 25, Number 4, ISSN 0950-0693

Abstract

Explores how various teaching formats of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) influence student science learning outcomes in the secondary classroom. Compares teacher-directed CAI (TDCAI) and student-controlled CAI (SCCAI) in a compulsory earth science course in a secondary school in Taiwan. Indicates that TDCAI students had significantly higher score gains than SCCAI students on the set of achievement and attitude measures. (Author/KHR)

Citation

Chang, C.Y. (2003). Teaching Earth Sciences: Should We Implement Teacher-Directed or Student-Controlled CAI in the Secondary Classroom?. International Journal of Science Education, 25(4), 427. Retrieved January 22, 2020 from .

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