The Effects of CAI and Hands-On Activities on Elementary Students' Attitudes and Weather Knowledge
School Science and Mathematics Volume 92, Number 6, ISSN 0036-6803
Reports a study that compared the effects of three methods of instruction, use of hands-on activities, hands-on activities in combination with computer-assisted instruction (CAI), or text-based activities, on student achievement and attitude. Results indicated students receiving a combination of hands-on activities with CAI scored significantly higher on both measures. (MDH)
Gardner, C.M. (1992). The Effects of CAI and Hands-On Activities on Elementary Students' Attitudes and Weather Knowledge. School Science and Mathematics, 92(6), 334.
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