Computer-Assisted Instruction, Students' Off-Task Behavior and Their Achievement
Education and Treatment of Children Volume 19, Number 2, ISSN 0748-8491
Forty-seven 10th graders were observed for seven weeks to investigate effects of computer-assisted drill-and-practice instruction (CAI) on student achievement and their off-task behavior compared with similar seatwork in a business education class. Results indicated higher achievement and higher rates of on-task behavior during the CAI condition. (Author/DB)
Din, F.S. (1996). Computer-Assisted Instruction, Students' Off-Task Behavior and Their Achievement. Education and Treatment of Children, 19(2), 170.
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