A Study of the Relationship of Selected Variables to Reading Achievement in a Computer-Assisted Instructional Setting

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The focus of this study was to determine the unique contribution of I.Q., gender, instructional organization, time on the computer, classroom instructional time, ethnicity and total instructional time to the predictability of achievement gain in a computer-assisted instructional setting in reading. The sample consisted of 2,000 students in grades three and five from a large suburban school district in the Dallas - Fort Worth area. The students were given the Iowa Test of Basic Skills to determine reading achievement gains and the Cognitive Abilities Test to determine I.Q. levels. The study was conducted over a five month period during the ... continued below

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Schneider, Judith K. (Judith Kahan) December 1985.

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The focus of this study was to determine the unique contribution of I.Q., gender, instructional organization, time on the computer, classroom instructional time, ethnicity and total instructional time to the predictability of achievement gain in a computer-assisted instructional setting in reading. The sample consisted of 2,000 students in grades three and five from a large suburban school district in the Dallas - Fort Worth area. The students were given the Iowa Test of Basic Skills to determine reading achievement gains and the Cognitive Abilities Test to determine I.Q. levels. The study was conducted over a five month period during the 1984 - 1985 school year. Using multiple regression, the data were analyzed.

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Schneider, Judith K. (Judith Kahan). A Study of the Relationship of Selected Variables to Reading Achievement in a Computer-Assisted Instructional Setting, dissertation, December 1985; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc331987/: accessed August 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .