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Author:Stanford University Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI)
Description: A sample of articles, in .pdf format, about computer-based distance learning instruction and other educational technology, written by researchers of the Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences (IMSSS) and Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), chief among them Raymond Ravaglia. Expository/pedagogical articles include Computer-Based Mathematics and Physics for Gifted Remote Students; Successful Pedagogical Applications of Symbolic Computation; and Computer-Based Mathematics and Physics for Gifted Students. Research articles include Gifted Students' Individual Differences in Computer-Based Algebra and Precalculus Courses; Home-Based Computer Assisted Instruction for Gifted Students; Performance Models for Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication; and Accelerated Program in Elementary-School Mathematics -- The First Year. Design and technology articles include Design Issues in a Stand-Alone Multimedia Computer-based Mathematics Curriculum.

Languages: English
Resource Types: Research Centers, Articles
Math Ed Topics: Gifted, Technology in Math Ed, Audiovisual/Multimedia, Computers, The Web and Pedagogy, Curriculum/Materials Development, Pedagogical Research

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