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Socioeconomic Status, Aptitude, and Gender Differences in CAI Gains of Arithmetic
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Journal of Educational Research Volume 83, Number 1,

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A report is given of a study which examined the effects of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) in mathematics on 99 disadvantaged and 112 advantaged Israeli students. Higher performance levels and larger gains were found for advantaged over disadvantaged students, for high achievers over low achievers, and for boys over girls. (IAH)

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Hativa, N. & Shorer, D. (1989). Socioeconomic Status, Aptitude, and Gender Differences in CAI Gains of Arithmetic. Journal of Educational Research, 83(1), 11-21. Retrieved September 27, 2022 from .

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