Guidelines for Computer-Aided Instruction for Effective Teaching

Zeinab Sam Daliri


Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI) represents a teaching tool that involves the employment of a program to facilitate the education to scholars. Its major goal is to produce sensible instruction through interactive programs that teach effectively. The method was first introduced within the Nineteen Sixties. Since then it's evolved in order that within the ordinal century computers as an integral a part of the education method within the developed countries.

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