Computer-Aided Math Instruction Proven to Boost Scores

White paper shows I CAN Learn? Instructional Improvement System closes achievement gap

PR Newswire — December 8, 2010

NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — As schools struggle to increase math achievement and improve science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, research shows computer-aided instruction (CAI) is a proven, cost-effective solution to the nationwide problem.

A new white paper published by the International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE) titled The Effectiveness of Computer-Aided Mathematics Instruction in the New Era of STEM Education concludes CAI has been proven to work at scale in independent scientifically based research studies and can help schools address the many challenges of STEM education. The study concludes “computer-aided instruction offers advantages over traditional instruction, including one-on-one interaction, multimedia capabilities that enrich the lesson presentations, self-pacing, and instantaneous feedback.”

The paper finds:


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