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Computer-Based Education and Research on the Psychology of Instruction: Instruct the Parent if You Wish to Reach the Child
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Contemporary Educational Psychology Volume 12, Number 3,

Abstract

Computer-based education has the power to alter human thinking processes, and this change can be brought about by schools. Research is needed on methods to integrate the computer into classroom instruction. Computer based instruction can increase the student's participation in instructional systems design. (GDC)

Citation

Garber, H. (1987). Computer-Based Education and Research on the Psychology of Instruction: Instruct the Parent if You Wish to Reach the Child. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 12(3), 180. Retrieved October 24, 2021 from .

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