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Chen, A. Y., Looi, C. K., Chen, D. T., & Hung, D. W. L. (1996, November). Strategic use of computers for constructing effective studies: A pilot study. Paper presented at the ERA-AARE Joint Conference, Singapore.
SUCCESS is a project that proposes an approach to improving the academic learning of secondary Normal Technical (NT) students in Singapore
through the strategic use of computers in the school curriculum. Capitalising on the NT students' interest in using the computer, an inquiry is being carried out in participating neighbourhood schools to develop instructional strategies (Chen & Oei, 1996) enabling tools (Looi, et al, 1996) in English, Maths, Science and
Computer Applications to bring about more effective learning and higher academic achievement. This paper describes a pilot project conducted in a school which involves students
doing a survey-based project on some aspects of shopping and consumers' choice, and analysing and presenting their findings using the computer.
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