computer-aided instruction


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computer-aided instruction

Teaching in which extensive use is made of computers by teaching staff and students.
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We may envision computer-aided instruction operating as follows: Each student uses the material stored in the computer system, learning and answering questions, under control of a program appropriate to his needs.
Some faculty and students struggle to adjust to new roles and expectations, older students with weaker technological skills find it hard to navigate computer-aided instruction, and many students do not fully understand the new expectations about performance, workload, and homework (NC Community College Creating Success, 2012).
Additionally, the math department established experimental sections of College Algebra that would abandon the text and internally developed support materials for the course in favor of a computer-aided instruction (CAI) model.
Computer-aided instruction, used in conjunction with literacy activities that involve parents, provide a holistic approach for EL students to develop language.
The five methods he recommends for consideration are, besides the Socratic method: debriefing students on their classroom participation, writing assignments throughout the semester, games in and out of the classroom, the student learning contract, and computer-aided instruction.
Physicians were required to attend a formal 90-minute training session and to demonstrate competence using a computer-aided instruction tool before receiving password authorization to use CPOE.
The aircrew syllabus at the FRS included approximately 41 flights for 61 flight hours, 40 simulators for 50 hours and 215 hours of either classroom or computer-aided instruction.
Adams Elementary: Enhancing Reading Fluency teaches concept organization to young writers using computer-aided instruction, $2,000
Playing on the larger field of the World Wide Web and using Acer Extensa Scholar Series portable computers as their equipment, this team is setting new standards of excellence in utilizing computer-aided instruction.
But getting the bugs out of the district's computer technology education programs may not be easy, Sachs said, alluding to some teachers who tend to avoid computer-aided instruction.
The studies on word processing, computer-aided instruction, information retrieval, electronic document delivery, meeting system support, and ATMs show negative or flat results.
Computer-aided instruction came next, followed by reduced class size and, at the very bottom, longer school days.

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