effects of computer assisted instruction on student achievement in high school biology

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Effects of computer assisted instruction on student achievement in high school biology book Name Values; Creator: Morrell, Patricia D. Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine if computer assisted instructional (CAI) tutorials in high school biology differ in effectiveness in terms of student academic achievement when compared with the more traditional lecture/discussion type of by: The Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction on Student Achievement in High School Biology.

School Science and Mathematics. Vol Issue 4. The Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction on Student Achievement in High School Biology.

Patricia D. Morrell. Department of Science Education Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon Search for more papers by this by: Presents a study to determine differences in effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) compared to traditional instruction of general biology students (n=54) for units on photosynthesis and introductory genetics and to assess students attitudes toward CAI.

Results indicate CAI tutorials are no more or less effective in promoting student achievement, and the photosynthesis group Cited by: This study investigated the comparative efficiency of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and conventional teaching method in biology on senior high school students.

A science class was selected in each of two randomly selected schools. The pretest Cited by: This study investigated the effects of computer assisted instruction (CAI) on secondary school students’ performance in biology.

Also, the influence of gender on the performance of students exposed to CAI in individualised or cooperative learning settings package was examined.

The research was a quasi experimental involving a 3 x 2 factorial design. Effects of Computer Assisted Multimedia Instruction on Senior Secondary School Students’ Achievement In Biology In Two Educational Zones of Niger State, Nigeria, West Africa. Eyo, Unyime Effiong Federal College Freshwater Fisheries Technology, P.M.B.New Bussa, Niger State.

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Effects of computer-assisted instruction on performance of senior high school biology students in Ghana 4 affected students' achievement, retention, and attitudes towards math and computer. According to the results of the study, both computer assisted instruction and traditional educational methods enhance the academic achievement of students in computer courses in Vocational High School students, whereas they have no effect on their attitude towards computer.

effect of computer assisted learning on secondary school students’ achievement in chemistry in murang’a south sub – county, murang’a county, kenya. charagu sammy nduati e55/ce// a thesis submitted in partial fulfilment for the award of the degree of master of education in the school of education of kenyatta university.

june, The first link below is an article that speaks of how blended instruction leads to higher achievement than traditional instruction specifically within a secondary biology course. project topic- effects of computer assisted instruction on secondary school students’ achievements in biology in abakaliki education zone, ebonyi state Statement of the Problem The appalling condition of students’ achievement in biology may be attributed to lack of interest on the part of the learners which is as a result of poor method.

achievement gains than mixed-ability groups if the level and pace of instruction are adapted to students‘ needs, and students are not regrouped for more than two subjects. These benefits, however, have only been observed for elementary school students; at the high school level, the findings are more equivocal.

Although there are arguments. The effects of computer-assisted instruction and students. Achievement in high school biology. School Science and Mathematics. v92 i4. Google Scholar; New Partnership for Africa's Development, New partnership for Africa's development. Pretoria, South Africa. Google Scholar; Ornstein and Levine, EFFECT OF COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AND to traditional instruction to improve the achievement of all students was determined.

P.L.A.T.O. was considered the first CAI system ever developed, and the school district to be studied implemented its use throughout many of the schools and different classes.

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The Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction Materials on Approximate Number Skills attend 3rd grade at elementary school. The contents of the computer-aided instruction materials which have been statement of this study on the achievement of students with MLD. Single subject research model is. The study investigated the effect of computer-assisted instruction on the performance of secondary school students in biology.

Specifically, the study examined: (1) The difference in performance in biology, if any, of secondary school students exposed to individualized computer assisted instruction, cooperative computer assisted instruction. The paper was aimed to examine the effects of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) on the academic achievement of secondary school students in the subject of physics.

The purpose of the study was to find out the relative effects of computer-assisted instruction as a strategy on the academic achievement of (SHS) students in core mathematics. The study sought to find out whether computer- assisted instruction can be used to enhance the academic achievement of students in Core Mathematics at the Senior High School.

The effect of computer assisted instruction on achievement of male and female students’ in basic science. The interaction effect of method and gender on students’ achievement in Basic Science. Scope of the Study. The study was restricted to the effect of computer assisted instruction on Junior.

This study investigated the effects of computer assisted instruction (CAI) on secondary school students' performance in biology. Also, the influence of gender on the performance of students exposed to CAI in individualised or cooperative learning settings package was examined.

The research was a quasi experimental involving a 3 x 2 factorial design. The effect of computer assisted instruction on students achievement for teaching of newton's movement laws.

Thesis, Pamukkale University Science Institute, Denizli.

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Yenice, N., The effect of computer assisted science teaching on students science and computer attitudes. Turkish Online J.

Educ. Technol., 2 (4). The study compared the effects of Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) on the achievement of Junior High School (J.H.S) students in Pre-Technical skills after exposing them to CAI and the traditional methods of instruction.

The theoretical framework for the study is that people learn most things better through construction of computer games or. This study investigated the comparative efficiency of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and conventional teaching method in biology on senior high school students.

A science class was selected in each of two randomly selected schools. The pretest-posttest non equivalent quasi experimental design was used.

The students in the experimental group learned science concepts (cell cycle) through. However, the effect of this introduction on students’ performance has to be considered. Therefore, this study investigated the effects of Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) in science subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) on senior school students’ academic achievement.

Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) in English-Language environments offer practice time, motivates students, enhance student learning, increase authentic materials that students can study, and has the potential to encourage teamwork between students. The findings from this particular study suggested that students who used computer assisted program had a greater chance of closing achievement.

Wesley High School, P. BoxOtukpo, Benue State, Nigeria. ABSTRACT This study investigated the effects computer-assisted instruction in collaboration with conventional instruction method would have on secondary school students’ academic achievement in government as a subject.

Evaluation of commercially produced computer assisted instruction package for teaching secondary school chemistry. An Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Lamidi, B.

T., Oyelekan, O. S., & Olorundare, A. Effects of mastery learning instructional strategy on senior school students’ achievement in the mole concept. This study explored the effects of a Problem-Based Computer-Assisted Instruction (PBCAI) on students' earth science achievement in Taiwan.

One hundred and fifty-nine 10th grade students enrolled in four sections of a mandatory earth science course participated in this pretest–posttest control-group experiment. During a 2-week period, the experimental group students (n = 84) received the.

THE EFFECTS OF THE COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION ON THE ACHIEVEMENT AND PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS Oğuz SERİN Cyprus International University, Faculty of Education, Nicosia-North Cyprus [email protected] ABSTRACT This study aims to investigate the effects of the computer-based instruction on the achievements.This study aimed to investigate the effects of augmented reality (AR) activities on students' academic achievement and motivation in a biology course.

For this purpose, a mixed study was conducted, and a pretest and posttest control group model was used.Abstract- The purposes of this study aimed to examine the effects of integrating concept mapping into computer assisted instruction in Biology class at a comprehensive high school as well as to understand students ’ academic achievements and their learning retention.

The research method of the study was a qasi-experimental design.