Effect of Computer Tutorial Review Lessons on Exam Performance in Introductory College Physics.
FLORIDA STATE UNIV TALLAHASSEE COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION CENTER
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Computer tutorial review lessons for a one-quarter lecture course in introductory college physics were developed and used by approximately 500 students, on a voluntary basis, over a period of several years. The investigation shows that the exam grades of students who used the computer materials is significantly higher .01 level than the class as a whole, if results from sections are pooled. Evidence is presented to show that this is not primarily due to a factor of selection because of the voluntary basis for participation. Author
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