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Published by National Research Council of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Computer-assisted instruction -- Canada -- Case studies,
  • Employees, Training of -- Canada -- Case studies

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJ. Brouard.
ContributionsNational Research Council of Canada. Division of Electrical Engineering
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHF5549.5T7 B76 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p. :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18902666M

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  This volume contains a selection of the best papers from the Computer Assisted Learning symposium. The theme of the proceedings, CAL into the mainstream, reflects the growing realization over the past few years that technology has a central role to play in supporting the changes which are taking place in educational provision Book Edition: 1. Abstract. Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) is nothing more than instruction delivered by a computer (Ball & Hannah, ). Nurse educators have been capably evaluating instructional programs delivered by other methods for many : Christine Bolwell. At universities, the use of ICT in learning and teaching is rather advanced while the use of ICT to support assessment is more patchy (9). In higher education, assessment is very much a “local” activity related to a particular module or course. Computer-assisted assessment (CAA). An evaluation of computer‐assisted learning in terms of achievement, attitudes and classroom environment. George P. L. Teh Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, & Barry J. Fraser Science & Mathematics Education Centre, Curtin University of Technology, GPO Box U , Perth, Western Australia, Pages

This book reviews advances in computer-assisted learning in the areas of curriculum development, visually handicapped and disabled students, project work in schools, television, viewdata and video applications, database applications, and engineering education and training.   The evaluation methodology was based on the theoretical model of Kirkpatrick (), which outlines four levels of evaluation: level 1 – reaction, level 2 – learning, level 3 – behavioural change and level 4 results to the organisation. The first two levels were investigated in this study using both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. Computer assisted learning as an effective way of teaching and learning in medical education Article (PDF Available) May with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Computer assisted learning (CAL), as the name implies, is the use of electronic devices/computers to provide educational instruction and to learn. Computer assisted learning can be used in virtually all fields of education, ranging from TV/DVD play-learn program for kindergarten kids to teaching quadruple bypass surgery techniques in medicine.

This book is an examination of contemporary issues related to learners, teachers and tools in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) environments. It explores the interrelationship among the three components of CALL and presents the findings of recent work in the field of CALL. As the third volume of the Asia-Pacific Association for. Watson (), for instance, used the term computer-assisted learning for the whole variety of ways in which the computer is used for learning. The rather confusing terminology is partly due to rapid technological changes. At the time when computers were introduced in education, big mainframe computers were still in use. In this book the author outlines the existing evidence for the impact of computers on language learning and makes the case for an integrated approach to the evaluation of computer-assisted language learning . Computer-assisted language learning, defined as “the search for and study of applications of the computer in language teaching and learning”, covers a broad spectrum of concerns, but the central issues are the pedagogies implemented through technology and their evaluation. In view of the range of complex materials included under the umbrella of CALL, research and practice in this area.