Computer Assisted Instruction

Researchers are now trying to use Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) to help students be more computer literate. The researchers within the paper, The Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction in Teaching Introductory Statistics, written by Ramazan Basturk, Ph.D. and other scientists expressed that this will help students with the “real world.” To me, I think this will help students with computers, and help them with working with computers to become computer literate. In this day and age, one must be computer literate in order to survive in their future. With the new technologies coming every year, students will be able to experience, and learn how to use the computer in different ways for them to succeed in the “real world.”

This paper is about teaching students to use computers for a statistics course within their school; with using CAI, the students would have a better understanding of how to use the computer while learning statistics. From students learning to do statistics on the computer, they would do a better job with that class, and also take the skills they have learned, become computer literate, and have a good grade with their statistics class.



1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. jkaleyland
    Sep 19, 2013 @ 00:04:30

    So…this isn’t about your post but I can’t figure out how to upload my video from youtube even though you showed me 😦 Help?


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