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Computer as a tutor
Computer as a tutor
Computer as a tutor
Computer as a tutor
Computer as a tutor
Computer as a tutor
Computer as a tutor
Computer as a tutor
Computer as a tutor
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Computer as a tutor
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  • 1. LESSON 10: “Computer as a Tutor”
  • 2. Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI)
  • 3. Teacher’s Role:  Insure that students have the needed knowledge and skills for any computer activity.  Decide the appropriate learning objectives.  Plan the sequential and structured activities to achieve ojectives.  Evaluate the students’ achievement by ways of tests the specific expected outcomes.
  • 4. Learner’s Role:  Receives information.  Understand instructions for computer activity.  Keep in mind the information and rules for the computer activity.  Apply the knowledge and rules during the process of computer learning.
  • 5. Computers Role:  Act as a sort of tutor.  Provides a learning environment.  Reinforces  Provides learning through drill-and-practice. feedback.
  • 6. Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) Integrated with Lessons
  • 7. When and how can teachers integrate drill and practice programs with their lessons?
  • 8.  Use drill-and-practice programs for basic skills and knowledge that require rapid and automatic response by students.  Ensure that drill-and-practice activities conform to the Lesson Plan or curriculum.
  • 9.  Limit drill-and-practice to 20-30 minutes to avoid boredom.  Use drill-and-practice to assist students with particular weakness in basic skills.
  • 10. The tutorial software should…  Be able to teach new information to students.  Provides comprehensive information on concepts in addition to practice exercises.  Be effectively used for remediation, reviewing or enrichment.
  • 11.  Allow the teacher to introduce follow-up questions to stimulate students’ learning.  Permit group activity for cooperative learning.
  • 12. SIMULATION PROGRAMS INSTRUCTIONAL GAMES PROBLEM SOLVING SOFTWARE MULTIMEDIA ENCYCLOPEDIA AND ELECTRONIC BOOKS CONCLUSION

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