Computer Assisted Instruction

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Teaching and learning through computer, evaluation of students performance through computer, virtual library, virtual classroom, e-books, e-journals etc come under “Educational Computing”. One of the significant instructional applications of computers is “Computer Assisted Instruction” (CAI).

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Computer Assisted Instruction

  1. 1. Lack of human qualities Restricted text displays Limited sensitivity to needs A poor substitute for actual experience Software limitations Hardware limitations over use of multimedia may divert the attention from the content • lack of infrastructure • • • • • • •
  2. 2. Role of the teacher in CAI • Supervisor or a guide • No computer can replace a teacher • Increase the scope and quality of contribution of teachers in the society • Computer engineer, lesson write and a system operator

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