HomeLEAPS: Miriam College Faculty Research Journalvol. 23 no. 1 (2004)

Do Students Perform Better in Composition Writing Using Computer-Aided Instruction?

Rebecca T. Añonuevo

Discipline: Education



The author presents a comparison between the English composition writing performance levels of students exposed to both computer-aided instruction and the regular classroom-based teaching. The result of the study showed that the computer is not an end in learning but only a tool. The study implies that it is not technology but process-oriented approach to writing that makes a difference in student performance.