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1994
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Teaching and Learning, 14(2),10-22
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The proliferation of computer technology at home and at work has made it easier for teachers to progress from wordprocessing and
record keeping to designing and implementing computer programs that teach and reinforce important curriculum concepts. This potential for advancement in computer assisted instruction (CAI) has come about because of the availability of software programs such as HyperCardTMT. ToolBookTM, acromedia DirectorTM Authorware
ProfessionalTM and others that make it possible for non-computer specialists to create and use their own educational programs. Although these applications provide the tools for teachers to develop
CA1 lessons for their own classrooms, they often find it difficult to transfer traditional instructional practices to the computer format.
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0129-7112
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