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Authoring CAI Lessons: Teachers as Developers

TEACHING Exceptional Children Volume 24, Number 2, ISSN 0040-0599


This article offers teachers basic information on using authoring programs and hypermedia to develop computer-assisted instructional programs as well as a seven-step systematic instructional design and development model involving preplanning, designing, authoring, testing, and revising the courseware product. Examples of teacher developed courseware for disabled students are given. (DB)


Fitzgerald, G.E. (1992). Authoring CAI Lessons: Teachers as Developers. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 24(2), 15-21. Retrieved October 15, 2019 from .

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