Effect of Computer-Assisted Instruction on Development of Cognitive and Psychomotor Learning in Bowling

in Journal of Teaching in Physical Education
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The purposes of this study were to compare psychomotor and cognitive bowling skills following traditional and computer-assisted methods with 90 students enrolled in college bowling classes. Bowling scores were significantly higher for the CAI group; however, no differences were found between the groups in cognitive test scores. The CAI groups tended to have a more favorable perception of their instructional process than did the traditional instructional group.

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