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The Efficacy of an Interactive Hypermedia Program for Teaching a Test-Taking Strategy to Students with High-Incidence Disabilities

Lancaster, P.E., Lancaster, S.J.C., Schumaker, J.B., & Deshler, D.D. (2006). The efficacy of an interactive hypermedia program for teaching a test-taking strategy to students with high-incidence disabilities. Journal of Special Education Technology, 21(2), 17-30.

Topic: Learning StrategiesTopic: Technology
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Using a multiple-probe across students design, researchers studying the effectiveness of an interactive hypermedia CD for teaching a test-taking strategy found students earned an average of 42 percent of available strategy-use points before instruction and 93 percent after instruction; the study also included think-aloud and student knowledge measures.

 

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