Effects of a computer -assisted tutoring system on acquisition, maintenance, and generalization of time -telling skills of elementary school students with behavior disorders
This study examined the effects of a Computer-Assisted Tutoring System (CATS) on the accuracy, speed, maintenance, and generalization of time-telling skills with elementary school students with behavior disorders. The tutoring program was adapted based on the peer-tutoring model created by Cooke, Heron, and Heward (1983). The peer tutoring folders were replaced by the computer and specially designed software, created by the researcher, was used. This study was a systematic replication of a master thesis study completed by McKain (2004).
0710: Educational software