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Assistive Technology A set of adaptive tools that support students with disabilities in learning activities and daily life tasks.
Hypermedia A linked form of multimedia that allows learners to make connections to different points in the program based on their background knowledge and learning progess.
Problem-Based Learning An instructional strategy that uses a problem and the data gathered in attempts to solve it as the focal point of lesson.
Educational Technology A combination of the processes and tolls involved in addressing educational needs and problems.
Drill-and-Practice Programs Software designed to provide extensive practice with feedback.
Tutorial A software prgoram that delivers an entire integrated instructional sequence similar to a teacher's instruction on the topic.
Multimedia Combinations of media, including text, graphics, pictures, audio, and video that are designed to communicate information
Simulations Programs, either in software or Web-based form, that model a system or process.
Database Program computer program that allows users to store, organize, and manipulate information, including both text and numerica data.
Problem-Based Learning An insturctional strategy that uses a problem and the data gathered in attempts to solve it as the focal point of the lesson
Distance Learning Organized instructional programs in which teachers and learners, though physically seperated, are connected through technology.
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