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This popular course has been taught by the Department of Mathematics at Georgia State University for the last several years. The course is designed for students in the Master of Arts for Teachers and Master of Education programs. Most of these students start teaching mathematics at the secondary...
One of the striking things about the current crop of "educational computer games" is the generally tame and above all stingy way in which they use computational resources. Computer programs select random numbers, display game boards, and prompt players to guess secret words or numbers. In almost...
Numerous attempts have been made to assess the "effectiveness" of innovative teaching techniques such as audio-tutorial methods and computer-assisted instruction (CAI). The results of such studies turn out to be quite variable, sometimes showing improved student performance, and sometimes not....
One of the advantages of small size is presumably the ability to rapidly shift position as the need becomes apparent -- and, in the field of computer-assisted instruction, to evolve flexibly with the state-of-the-art without being burdened by the inertia of long-established and deeply entrenched...
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