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Correlation between Remedial Students and Learning Styles: Implications for Computer Assisted Instruction.
Wheeler, M. Candace – 1988
A study investigated the learning styles of remedial students and the implications for computer-assisted instruction. The subjects were 31 sixth-grade Chapter 1 students from a middle school in Idaho who did not have learning disabilities nor were candidates for special education. The subjects were given the Reading Style Inventory (RSI). Results…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Software, Elementary Education
Identifying a Difference between Teachers' and School-Based Administrators' Perceptions of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' Chapter 1 Preschool Program.
Coppola, Mary Allison – 1991
This study was conducted to identify a difference between preschool teachers' and school-based administrators' perceptions of critical issues and the numerical ranking assigned to those issues in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' (North Carolina) Chapter 1 Preschool Program. The study tested three hypotheses, and sought to ascertain what teachers…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Compensatory Education, Curriculum Development, Educational Attitudes