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Effects of Cooperative and Individual Learning during Learner-Controlled Computer-Based Instruction
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Journal of Experimental Education Volume 66, Number 3, ISSN 0022-0973

Abstract

Studied effects of instructional method (cooperative vs. individual) and learner control of options on achievement, option use, attitudes, and interactions of college students during computer-based instruction. Achievement benefits of cooperative learning may not apply when students are provided with an instructional environment with many learner-controlled options. (MAK)

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Crooks, S.M., Klein, J.D., Savenye, W. & Leader, L. (1998). Effects of Cooperative and Individual Learning during Learner-Controlled Computer-Based Instruction. Journal of Experimental Education, 66(3), 223. Retrieved September 21, 2019 from .

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