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Hypertext Computer Study Guides and the Social Studies Achievement of Students with Learning Disabilities, Remedial Students, and Regular Education Students
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Journal of Learning Disabilities Volume 23, Number 9, ISSN 0022-2194

Abstract

Two studies were conducted to design and field-test hypertext computer study guides with 40 ninth grade students (10 with learning disabilities, 15 remedial, and 15 regular education). Findings indicated the computer study guide treatment was as effective as the lecture method; posttest scores and retention test scores were higher for the computer study guide group. (DB)

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Higgins, K. & Boone, R. (1990). Hypertext Computer Study Guides and the Social Studies Achievement of Students with Learning Disabilities, Remedial Students, and Regular Education Students. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 23(9), 529. Retrieved December 1, 2022 from .

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