Computer based instructions act like a teacher’s assistant in that it can measure each student’s attainments, compare them with previous performances and in the end direct teachers on what part of the syllabus they should follow.
For computer based instructions for adults to be effective, the schematics for the output unit needs to be simple and easy to understand. One can use printed material to output the results. On the other hand, to process data needs to be fast so as to reduce time for waiting on a job. Lastly, the input process needs to be a step by step and engaging to make the user feel as a part of the process.
Computer based instruction is effective when handling disabled and of a diverse ethnic background students. Computer based instructions also accommodates students learning speed and accomplishes a high rate of reinforcement. Computer based instruction individualizes instructions in a feasible way because of its record keeping ability. This makes it easier for the teacher to prepare individual lessons for all students and hence keep a close eye on the progress.
When it comes to creating a successful computer based instruction, the unit is to be highly considered as the input. If the user is made part of the process, he/she will have an optimistic outlook towards the