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Educational Technology

1970 Volume 10, Number 3

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Number of articles: 13

  1. The Role of Public Schools in Computer Assisted Instruction: Individualized Instruction in a Kansas City Junior High School

    Fred O'Neal

    A report by the project director of Kansas City's Computer Assisted Instruction Laboratory in Mathematics and Science. (LS) More

    pp. 5-10

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  2. Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction on Children's Behavior

    David H. Feldman & Pauline S. Sears

    pp. 11-14

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  3. Report on the Harvard Invitational Conference on Computer Assisted Systems in Guidance and Education

    John Vriend

    pp. 15-20

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  4. Time-Sharing: A Pragmatic Approach in the School

    Richard T. Bueschel

    The president of Time Share Corporation discusses, in relation to the schools, "what we might expect in the next few years in developments from the field of time-sharing." (Author/LS) More

    pp. 21-3

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  5. The Free Resource Computer and the Junior College

    Jack H. King

    Described is a junior college district's attempt to make its computer facilities into a resource for all dimensions of the colleges. (LS) More

    pp. 24-7

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  6. An Instructional System for Computer Assisted Instruction on a General Purpose Computer

    Eugene G. Kerr

    pp. 28-30

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  7. Using a Small Computer in the College Mathematics Curriculum

    G Boyd Swartz

    pp. 31-2

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  8. Computer Justified Decisions in Education

    Eugene Beard

    Discusses the objectives in constructing a centralized and computerized data bank for a school system and the uses to which such a bank could be put. (LS) More

    pp. 33-4

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  9. Sources of Information on Computer Assisted Instruction

    Walter Dick

    A directory of projects dealing with computer-assisted instruction, primarily at the college level, based on a survey intended to uncover fugitive sources of information in this field (e.g.,... More

    pp. 36-8

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  10. Computer Management of Information and Structure in Computer-Supported Instructional Materials

    Milton D. Jacobson & Mary Ann MacDougall

    "This paper reports the use of readability analysis as an evaluative model of programming techniques, where program adaptations can be evaluated both in relationship to student performance and to... More

    pp. 39-42

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  11. Instructional Programming Languages

    Karl L. Zinn

    The author comments on "the state of programming languages now, mentions some new directions, and sums up with a few evasive projections." (Author/LS) More

    pp. 43-6

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  12. Run, Strawman, Run. A Critique of Run, Computer, Run

    Robert W. Locke & David Engler

    An analysis of the gloomy view of educational technology Anthony Oettinger puts forth in his new book. (LS) More

    pp. 47-50

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  13. Why CAI Must Fail!

    Felix F. Kopstein

    An editorial which argues that the American system of decentralized educational control will be responsible for computer-assisted instruction's being pronounced a failure in the future. (LS) More

    pp. 51-3

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