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Computers in the Schools

1996 Volume 12, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Comparing Computer-Assisted Instruction and Traditional Instruction for Preparing Regular Teachers To Serve Students with Disabilities

    Cliff Baker & Bill Danley

    Discussion of the inclusion of special education students in regular classrooms focuses on a study that compared computer-assisted instruction and traditional instruction used in preparing... More

    pp. 31-38

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  2. Groupware in the Classroom: Applications and Guidelines

    Lynne M. Scalia & Benjamin Sackmary

    Discusses groupware, a form of computer-mediated communication that supports interaction and cooperative work among group members regardless of location. Highlights include computer-supported... More

    pp. 39-53

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  3. The State of the Art in Web-Based Learning

    Cleborne D. Maddux

    Discusses the growth of the Internet, in particular the World Wide Web, and considers Web-based learning and educational materials on the Web. Topics include methods of information dissemination;... More

    pp. 63-71

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  4. Using CD-ROMs in the Language Arts Classroom

    Kathryn I. Matthew

    Discusses the use of CD-ROMs in elementary and secondary language arts classrooms. Highlights include increased reading achievement; student attitudes; changes in the curriculum and in the roles of... More

    pp. 73-81

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