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The Use of Computer-Assisted Instruction in Facilitating the Acquisition of Math Skills with Hearing-Impaired High School Students
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Volta Review Volume 88, Number 2,

Abstract

After participating in computer assisted math instruction, hearing impaired secondary students (N=5) operating at grade level demonstrated significant growth in the Stanford Achievement Test (SAT) computation section and total score while Ss (N=3) operating below grade level experienced significantly higher SAT scores on applications. (CL)

Citation

Messerly, C. (1986). The Use of Computer-Assisted Instruction in Facilitating the Acquisition of Math Skills with Hearing-Impaired High School Students. Volta Review, 88(2), 67-77. Retrieved November 14, 2019 from .

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