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The effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction in teaching tennis rules and strategies

Mary-Margaret Kerns

The effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction in teaching tennis rules and strategies

by Mary-Margaret Kerns

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tennis -- Study and teaching,
  • Computer-assisted instruction

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mary-Margaret Kerns
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationix, 69 leaves
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14640771M

    There are drawbacks to the implementation of computers in instruction, however. They are generally costly systems to purchase, maintain, and update. There are also fears, whether justified or not, that the use of computers in education decreases the amount of human interaction. Computer-assisted instruction. The use of computers as an educational tool has continued to grow rapidly as a new way to teach. Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) is an instructional method that has been developing for over 40 years (Liao, ). This idiom equates with other modern terms such as.

    Friend at Court is the book of rules and regulations under which tennis is played in the United States. It includes the ITF Rules of Tennis, The Code, and USTA Regulations. It is recommended reading for players, parents, coaches, teachers, tournament directors, league officials and anyone who wants a finer understanding of the game. TEACHING METHODS – Tennis, a game of open skills. Tennis, as a game of open reality, is not necessarily an unpredictable game; however, it´s usual to hear that no situation happens twice in a row or that the ball is never hit the same way.

    Evaluation of the impact of computer-related technologies on learning must take place within a theoretical framework consisting of theories, concepts, and principles to be meaningful. The framework provides the context of a research, its rationale, and its significance. The instructional theory and technology defined by Robert Gagne is selected as a theoretical framework to explain the. Effectiveness of Computer-Based Instruction: An Updated Analysis Chen-Lin C. Kulik and James A. Kulik Center for Research on Learning and Teaching The University of Michigan Abstract -- A meta-analysis of findings from controlled evaluation studies showed that computer-based instruction (CBI) usually producesFile Size: 1MB.


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The effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction in teaching tennis rules and strategies by Mary-Margaret Kerns Download PDF EPUB FB2

Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, v8 n2 p Jan Findings are presented from an experimental study, involving 43 college students, which found that computer-assisted tutorials designed to teach tennis rules and strategies were as effective as traditional by: the effectiveness of computer assisted instruction in the mathematics classroom.

Mathematics achievement scores of Chapter I students receiving only traditional instruction were compared to mathematics achievement scores of Chapter I students using computer assisted instruction. Chapter I students from grades 9, However, the effectiveness of these programs for teaching mathematics to students with specific learning disability is unclear.

This study was undertaken to determine if computer-assisted instruction was as effective as other methods of instruction that do not use computers for teaching mathematics to these students. A two-week experimentalFile Size: 91KB. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPUTER- ASSISTED INSTRUCTION ON TEACHING THE SKILL OF SETTING IN VOLLEYBALL N.

V e r n a d a k is, E. Z e t o u, P. A n t o n io u a n d E. KlOUMOURTZOGLOU A ristotle University o f Thessaloniki, D epartm ent o f Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Thessaloniki, G reece SUMMARYFile Size: KB. the classroom. Computer-assisted instruction allows students to work at their own pace at a time and place of their choosing from any computer with internet access.

Students receive immediate feedback on assignments and can revisit topics until they have mastered the content (Cotton, ; Hannafin and Foshay, ). They may have access. The effectiveness of computer assisted instruction on vocabulary achievement Article (PDF Available) April with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction in Developmental Mathematics. By Kathy Spradlin and Beth Ackerman. ABSTRACT: This quasiexperimental study compared academic performance of students enrolled in a developmental mathematics course using traditional instruction (i.e., lec-ture) and traditional instruction supplementedFile Size: KB.

the effectiveness of using computer assisted instruction in teaching english as a foreign language in a japanese secondary school (fukuoka, japan) submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the master of arts in teaching degree at the school for international training brattleboro, vermont by robert guy chartrand april different methodology in teaching of mathematics like drill method, using different audio visual aids, computer aided instruction, mathematical club etc.

One of the methods is auto-instructional method. It is a method of individualized instruction. One of its forms is CAI (Computer Assisted/Aided Instruction) auto instructional by: 3. is the most important feature of computer assisted instruction (CAl).

Although the computer has a tremendous potential for enhancing learning the results of using computers in learning have been disappointing (7, 8, 10, 12, 55). CAl has been found to be significantly better than traditional instruction. tal group. This shows that if the teaching is done through mul-timedia package than student can remember it for a longer time.

Rivet, J.R. () Studied students achievement in middle school Mathematics Computer Assisted Instruction versus traditional instruction method, four 6th grade class-File Size: KB.

This study provides data that support computer-assisted instruction (CAI) as an effective instructional method when teaching associate degree nursing students about congenital heart disease.

Literature indicates that students learn better when Cited by: 8. Carrasquillo & Nunez () investigated the effectiveness of two computer-assisted metacognitive strategies, the Tutorial-Direct Monitoring Strategy (TDMS) and the Schema-Direct Monitoring Strategy (SDMS), on the reading skills and reading comprehension of sixty-eight ESL fourth grade students.

The Effects of Multimedia Tennis Computer-Assisted Instruction on Tennis Forehand, Backhand Knowledge and Psychomotor Skills in a Collegiate Tennis Basic Instruction Course.

Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, Vol. 72, No. Articles The Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction in Teaching Tennis Rules and Strategies. JTPE Author: Rareş Stănescu.

This study provides data that support computer-assisted instruction (CAI) as an effective instructional method when teaching associate degree nursing students about congenital heart disease. The efficacy of computer assisted instruction (CAI): A meta-analysis Journal of Educational and Computing Research – CrossRef Google Scholar Haugland S., ().

Effect of computer software on preschool children developmentally gains Journal of Computing in Childhood Education 3(1): 15–30 Google ScholarCited by:   The development of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) is discussed and definition of major concepts is presented.

The three major types of CAI (drill and practice, tutorials, and simulations) are defined and examples given for each. The impact of CAI in nursing is discussed and several CAI systems are by: 6. However, the effectiveness of these programs for teaching mathematics to students with specific learning disability is unclear.

This study was undertaken to determine if computer-assisted instruction was as effective as other methods of instruction that do not use computers for teaching mathematics to these by: 4.

Computer Assisted Instruction As the name implies, this is instruction that uses the computer as a tool for instructing students. This can be a good way of connecting with learners who enjoy spending time on the computer, but it is meant to be a tool, not a replacement for the teacher.

The evidence for the effectiveness of computer-based tools in teaching statistics appears to be at least as strong as in the broader field of mathematics.

Hsu () identified 25 empirical studies published between and that examined the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction. The total sample size was students, with 55 enrolled in computer-assisted classes, and 57 enrolled in traditional classes.

Eleven sections of developmental math classes were used in this study, including five sections of Beginning Algebra and six sections of Intermediate by: 3.effectiveness of similar ICT-programs. We provide a literature review which pays special attention to the existing causal evidence of computer-assisted programs on learning outcomes.

The paper relies on a rich dataset consisting of (i) pupil-level information on the use of a Dutch computer-assistedFile Size: KB.This volume presents a theoretical framework and background for designing computer-assisted instruction (CAI).

Its goal is to synthesize theoretical and applied research in CAI-relevant fields including theories of learning and instruction, systems for instructional design, and experience with CAI.

Building on this knowledge, the book shows how computer technology interacts with instruction to.