Effective Use of Computer Aided Instruction in Secondary Schools: A Causal Model of Institutional Factors and Teachers' Roles
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 25, Number 4, ISSN 0735-6331
Examines the impact of contextual factors on teachers' roles and teachers' roles in contributing to the effective use of computer-aided instruction in Singapore's secondary schools. A path modeling approach was adopted whereby factors during different stages of the teaching and learning are examined before the final outcome, the student's learning effectiveness. Results showed strong support for the proposed path model. (Contains 105 references.) (AEF)
Teo, H.H. & Wei, K.K. (2001). Effective Use of Computer Aided Instruction in Secondary Schools: A Causal Model of Institutional Factors and Teachers' Roles. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 25(4), 385-415.
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