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Microcomputers in Teaching Economics
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Journal of Economic Education Volume 16, Number 4,

Abstract

An evaluation of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) in economics showed that CAI does improve student scores but not significantly more than traditional assignments. Results indicated that CAI is better than just using lectures to teach economics, and that, while, CAI is not better than traditional assignments, it is not any worse. (RM)

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Post, G.V. (1985). Microcomputers in Teaching Economics. Journal of Economic Education, 16(4), 309. Retrieved January 21, 2020 from .

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