Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Mathematics--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Computer-assisted instruction;
According to the National Research Council (2001), students in mathematics should be able to understand mathematics, compute fluently, apply concepts in a problem-solving manner, reason logically, and engage with mathematics in a sensible, doable, and useful manner.
The goal of this project is to develop a curriculum guide for the implementation of the Computer Assisted Instruction program PLATO into the current curriculum of the Council Bluffs Community School District. Students are more immersed in technology than ever before and teachers need to embrace the challenge to create an environment with ample technological materials to actively involve and retain student's interests (Miller, Schweingruber, & Brandenburg, 2001). Teachers need to take advantage of the technological tools available to help enhance student achievement.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Terri Lynn McDonald
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©2003 Anne Nedved
Nedved, Anne, "Using computer-based instruction to strengthen student achievement in the middle school mathematics classroom" (2003). Graduate Research Papers. 1252.