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CAI

abbr.
1. computer-aided instruction
2. computer-assisted instruction

CAI

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) computer-aided instruction

CAI

computer-assisted instruction.
[1965–70]
Translations

CAI

N ABBR =computer-aided instructionIAO f

CAI

[ˌsiːeɪˈaɪ] n abbr (=computer-aided instruction) → EAO m

CAI

[ˌsiːeɪˈaɪ] n abbr =computer-aided instructionistruzione f assistita dall'elaboratore
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The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of a supplemental repeated reading intervention delivered through a computer-assisted instruction (CAI) program on the oral reading fluency (ORF) and generalization of second-grade students who were at risk for reading failure.
Nowadays, computer-assisted instruction is becoming a modern teaching method.
"Many proponents hope that computer-assisted instruction will constitute a technological breakthrough that will fundamentally revolutionise education," said Woessmann.
Due to extensive changes in the last century, the basic concepts of life in the world of education emerged Human and the introduction of new technologies has been achieved in the field of information, According to new learning and teaching methods in this area Due to the wide range of education experts and researchers have been attracted to.[4] In this context, the influence of information technology that is a part of computer-assisted instruction the field of education and its effectiveness has been reached on the level of student learning.
While assistive technology and computer-assisted instruction have secured a well-documented niche for learners with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), virtual learning for entire content areas with this population is in its infancy stages.
He also details an information-processing approach to understanding learning disabilities; focuses on the use of cognitive behavior therapy and computer-assisted instruction, incorporating a study examining the effects of these interventions on students' academic performance; and addresses response to intervention.
Keywords: Educational games, simulation games in education, computer-assisted instruction
This study was designed to examine the effects of a computer-assisted instruction program on the acquisition of sight words for four African American fourth graders with mild disabilities (i.e., learning disabilities, mild intellectual disabilities, and ADHD).
Before retiring in 2005, he advanced the use of computer-assisted instruction in the field and published often.
The current experimental research aims to investigate students' learning outcomes in classes in which the interactive CAI (computer-assisted instruction)-based materials were implemented.
COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION AND COMPUTER-MANAGED INSTRUCTION

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