Thesis (PhD) - Aston University, 1988.
Computers and Education, v6 n2 p Describes a feasibility study which investigated the effects of introducing microcomputers in primary school classrooms with teachers having no previous experience with their by: 2. The purpose of this research was to examine the effects of microcomputers on the ecology of secondary special education classrooms. Observational data were collected in twenty-six secondary school special education classes located in Cited by: The purpose of this study was to examine effects of microcomputer use on school-readiness skills of kindergarteners. Three classes (N = 88) were provided with microcomputers and eleven software programs, of which nine focused on prereading skills, one on premathematics skills, and one on of the three classes (N = 22) was also provided with micros to use at by: In response to the increasing use of computers in school by young children, this paper provides definitions of concepts and discussions of topics related to computers and young children. The first section takes up the issue of computer literacy, describing various uses of the term and discussing the controversy concerning teaching computer literacy in schools.
relationship between microcomputer use and educational empirical evidence exists on the role and value of microcomputers in educational settings" (p. 10). Purpose and Objectives The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of three teaching strategies which incorporated a microcomputer three. Benjamin M. Makau (Kenya) is the Research Director in Phase II of the Computers in Education Project. He was a teacher and headmaster at various secondary schools for eight years before taking charge of the public examinations body in Kenya in Cooperation RateA type of response rate that shows the proportion of households wher – e contact was made and the household agreed to complete an interview. Direct Health Effect – An adverse health effect caused by the actual physical forces of a disaster, such as a drowning or injury from flying debris. The effect of technology on education depends on the design of instruction: The design of the instruction accounts for more variance in how and why people learn than the technology used to deliver the instruction. Educators and educational researchers should be encouraged to focus on determining how to better integrate the use of a given.
Education COVID and Children’s Education The time to plan large-scale summer learning programs is now. Posted Originally published in , this book differed from others on the topic of microcomputers and education at the time, in that it focuses on the influence that microcomputer technology has on children in their early years, specially pre-school and elementary ages. Microcomputers are being used for a variety of purposes, but research about their instructional effectiveness lags behind adoption rates for the technology. Further, there is a limited research base about the effects of microcomputers in vocational agriculture on learning in the affective, cognitive, and psychomotor domains. The Effects of Microcomputers on the Secondary Special Education Classroom Ecology. Rieth, Herbert; And Others. Journal of Special Education Technology, v8 n4 p Sum This study compared 52 resource room programs for mildly mentally handicapped, learning disabled, and severely emotionally disturbed secondary students, which used or did.