Exploring computer assisted learning for low achieving children: A comparative analysis study
- Ahmad, Siti Zulaiha; Mutalib, Ariffin Abdul
- Learning assistance or support is essential for a learner regardless of their cognitive ability and learning preference. Computer assisted learning (CAL) is one of the facilitation that widely explored as alternative learning assistances with different concepts, approaches, contents and target users. The main concern of this study is to explore and identify learning concepts and approaches that have been employed in previous research for normal and learning disabilities learners. In relation with the intention, 15 articles from past five years (2010-2015) are selected for review and analysis processes in this comparative analysis study.The finding shows some similarities and differences of CAL concept and approach for both type of learners. Some insights and suggestions are drawn based on the extracted concepts and approaches specifically for low achieving children as their learning assistance in primary school.
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- Low achieving children; learning assistance; learning concept; learning approach; computer assisted learning.
- Jurnal Teknologi