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Computer-assisted instruction in chemistry.
|Statement||edited by James S. Mattson, Harry B. Mark, Hubert C. MacDonald.|
|Series||Computers in Chemistry and Instrumentation -- 4|
|Contributions||Mattson, James S., Mark, Harry B., MacDonald, Hubert C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
Traditionally, text books of Chemistry have symbolic notations with minimal pictures leaving the teacher and students to invoke these pictures from words. This paper was designed to find out the influence of computer assisted instruction on the student’s achievement in chemistry and to compare the effectiveness of CAI with conventional A study of tutorial‐type computer assisted instruction in high school chemistry†. Lee Summerlin. University of Alabama in Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama
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Author Languages for Computer-Based Learning. British Journal of Educational Technology13 (3), DOI: /jtbx. Mordechai Shacham, Michael B. Cutlip. A simulation package for the plato educational computer :// Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mattson, James S.
Computer-assisted instruction in chemistry. New York, M. Dekker, (OCoLC) Computer-assisted instruction in chemistry, (Their Computers in chemistry and instrumentation) Paperback – January 1, by James S Mattson (Author) › Visit Amazon's James S Mattson Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. › Books › Science & Math › Chemistry. Cite this paper as: Geist W., Ripota P. () Computer-assisted instruction in chemistry. In: Computers in Chemistry. Fortschritte der Chemischen Forschung, vol 39/:// The Department of Chemistry has been involved in the development of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) in Chemistry sincewhen the first six Apple II microcomputers were purchased for the Department.
At that time, we in the Department had become increasingly conscious of the desperate educational needs of the increasing numbers of Understanding the basic concepts of chemistry is very important for the students of secondary school level and university level.
The Computer Assisted Teaching and Learning (CATL) methods are marked by the usage of computers in teaching and learning processes.
Usage of WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT, ACCESS, PHOTOSHOP etc., as well as the use of specialized packages such as CHEMDRAW, computer assisted learning suffered heavily. at thehandsof its friends, And so, just as programmed instruction, in both book and machine form, has settled largely for a place in technician 2 days ago "Computer-assisted instruction" (CAI) refers to instruction or remediation presented on a computer.
Many educational computer programs are available online and from computer stores and textbook companies. They enhance teacher instruction in several ways. Computer programs are interactive and can illustrate a concept through attractive animation Computer-assisted instruction has also been used to personalize learning for people with learning disabilities, language limitations, and physical limitations.
In the latter case, screen-reading programs may cater to sight-impaired users, and a variety of specialized interactive devices, such as roller balls, joysticks, and oversized keyboards The effect on elementary student achievement of computer assisted and computer managed instruction.
Dissertation Abstract International, Vol. 49, No. 9, Kaur, M.: Evaluation of the Learning Materials Prepared for Neo-Literates in the Regional Resource Center, :// The appearance of computer-aided instruction (CAI) shows the improvement of teaching methods and means, as well as the change of teaching idea and teaching content.
However, it also has some problems in the optimistic development. To take full advantages of CAI and improve the teaching effect through it, this paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages studied the effect of computer-assisted instruction on 11* grade students' attitude towards Chemistry.
The Chemistry Attitude Scale (CAS) consisting of 25 hems was administered in the form of a pre-test and post-test. Analyses of scores of the experimental (n=25) and control (n=25) groups on the post-test showed a statistically This study is an examination of the effect of the Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) on senior secondary school students’ achievement in chemical reaction and equilibrium.
The study employs a pre-test, post-test non-randomized control group design. The sample size of the study comprises of 24 males and 31 female students (N =55). Simple random sampling was used to assign intact classes to With the development of technical information and the implemention of Curriculum Reformation, Computer Assisted Chemistry Instruction had come into being and developed.
在新一轮中学化学课程改革以及计算机技术和教育思想发展的背景下, 计算机辅助化学教学 亟待有所突破,提高学科教学课件的质量势在必行。 Kadhiravan, S. (), Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Instruction in relation to students use of Self-regulated Learning Strategies Objectives: (i) To find out whether there is any difference among the three instructional strategies viz.
Lecture Method (LM), Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) Guo Liping, Hu Bo, Li Yingxia, Chen Yongxi, Lei jiaheng (Department of Application Chemistry, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan );The Development and Teaching Practice of a Series of Computer-Assisted Instruction Software for Fundamental Index Terms-Computer assisted ins truction, chemistry teaching, Retention.
INTRODUCTION oday, technology has changed the whole pattern of human life. The greatest contribution of cyber age technology is the development of computer and its use in teaching learning process.
Instruction materials are among the assistant Computer-assisted learning in chemistry 21 The University of Illinois  The University of Illinois has students per year taking a general chemistry course.
The wet chemistry practical sessions became increasingly expensive and difficult to manage (the costs of disposal of laboratory chemicals has increased dramatically in the U.S.A.).
One of the approaches that can be used in Chemistry teaching is the use of computer-aided instruction (CAI). This study was conducted to determine the effects of CAI on the performance and attitude of Chemistry students from Engineering Science Education Program (ESEP) class at Tabaco National High School, :// Computer-assisted instruction (CAI), a program of instructional material presented by means of a computer or computer systems.
The use of computers in education started in the s. With the advent of convenient microcomputers in the s, computer An interactive electronic textbook (SC-WEB) based on Supramolecular Chemistry, by J.-M. Lehn, is described. It includes the text, which has been specially adapted for teaching, and data on the structures of molecules and supermolecules.
The list includes about structures retrieved from the Cambridge Structural Database (version ) as well as those obtained from molecular dynamics This study determined the effects of Computer Assisted Concept Mapping (CACM) instructional strategies on student’s performance in chemistry.
It also sought the effects of CACM, on gender academic performance of students. The performance of students taught with CACM were compared with those students taught with lecture method (LM).
To carry out the study, two research questions were ?journalid=&doi=/ computer assisted instruction, cooperative computer assisted instruction, and those exposed to conventional instruction. (2) The influence of students’ gender on their performance in biology, when they are exposed to individualized computer assisted instruction, or cooperative computer assisted instruction.
Research Questions The Influence of computer assisted instruction (CAI) in chemistry on the Students' Achievement at higher secondary level in Bahawalpur Article (PDF Available) January with Reads This study is an examination of the effect of the Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) on senior secondary school students’ achievement in chemical reaction and equilibrium.
The study employs a pretest, posttest non-randomized control group design. The sample size of the study comprises of male and female students (n =). Simple random sampling was used to assign intact classes to The inﬂuence of computer-assisted instruction on students’ conceptual understanding of chemical bonding and attitude toward chemistry: A case for Turkey Haluk O¨zmen * Karadeniz Technical University, Fatih Faculty of Education, Department of Science & This brief provides an overview of computer-assisted instruction and looks at how writing software can help students with developing ideas, organizing, outlining, brainstorming, and minimizing the physical effort spent on writing so that students can pay attention to organization and :// effects of computer assisted learning on instruction in organic chemistry in public secondary schools in kwale county, kenya ogembo john otieno e83// a thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirement for the award of the degree of doctor of philosophy in the school of education, kenyatta university march, of computer assisted.
Chemistry Department Ignatius Ajuru University of Education P.M.B.Rumuolumeni Port Harcourt Abstract: This study investigated the effort of computer assisted instruction (CAI) and interest as determinant of senior secondary II chemistry’s achievement in chemistry equilibrium in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Institutions should offer developmental mathematics courses in a variety of formats, assist students in selecting the mode of instruction that best suits their learning style, and provide professional development in computer-assisted :// is a platform for academics to share research :// The Influence of Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) in Chemistry on the Students Achievement at Higher Secondary Level International Journal of Social Sciences and Education ISSN: Volume: 1 Issue: 4 October computer-assisted 10/paper pdf.
Computer-assisted instruction Here are entered works on an automated method of instruction in which a student interacts directly with instructional materials stored in a computer.
Works on the use of computers to assist teachers and administrators in coordinating the instructional process, e.g. retrieving and summarizing performance records and ?type=lcsubc&key=Computer.
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Show me instruction, only Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) and Computer Assisted Instruction with simultaneous discussion. The design used in this study was posttest only control group design Three sections of class VIII students were selected and groups were randomly allotted.
ANCOVA was used in This study examined the effect of computer‐assisted instruction (CAI), used as a problem‐solving supplement to classroom instruction, on students' understanding of chemical formulas and mole concept, their attitudes toward chemistry subjects, and CAI.
The objective was to assess the effectiveness of CAI over recitation hours when both Successful Experiences and Good Practices in Chemistry Education Chemistry Is All Around Network, LLPIT-COMENIUS-CNW 93 A COMPILATION OF POSTGRADUATE THESES WRITTEN IN TURKEY ON COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION IN CHEMISTRY EDUCATION Aykut Emre Bozdo ğan 1, Murat Demirba ş2 This dissertation examines current applications concerning the use of computer technology to enhance instruction in the general chemistry laboratory.
The dissertation critiques widely-used educational software, and explores examples of multimedia presentations such as those used in beginning chemistry laboratory courses at undergraduate and P. Programmed instruction and CAI are two systems seen as having much potential for this population.
Silberman, H. Applications of computers in education. In R. Atkinson & H. Wilson (Eds.), Computer-assisted instruction: A book of readings. New York: Academic Press, 1Computer applications in education are :// Get this from a library. An analysis of the effectiveness of computer assisted instruction in general chemistry at an urban university.
[Angela McGuffey]. Computer-assisted videodisc lessons incorporating highly interactive laboratory simulations and tutorials are being used to provide individualized laboratory instruction to introductory chemistry students at the University of Illinois at :// Promoting Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation among Chemistry Students using Computer-Assisted Instruction Isiaka A.
Gambari Federal University of Technology, Nigeria Bimpe E. Gbodi IBB University, Nigeria Eyitao U. Olakanmi University of Johannesburg, South Africa Eneojo N. Abalaka Federal University of Technology, Nigeria AbstractThis research involves developing and implementing computer software for chemistry laboratory instruction.
The specific goal is to design the software and investigate whether it can be used to introduce concepts and laboratory procedures without a lecture format. This would allow students to conduct an experiment even though they may not have been introduced to the chemical concept in their