Computer Assisted Instruction with Deaf Children: Panacea, Placebo or Poison?
American Annals of the Deaf Volume 132, Number 3,
A review of 287 references describing computer applications with deaf children found 74 percent concerned academic applications, 7 percent were psychological investigations, and 19 percent were about general education. Analysis of the academic instruction references found only 9 percent reported efficacy data with degree of computer-assisted instruction success being inversely related to methodological rigor. (Author/DB)
Braden, J.P. & Shaw, S.R. (1987). Computer Assisted Instruction with Deaf Children: Panacea, Placebo or Poison?. American Annals of the Deaf, 132(3), 189.
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