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Educational Technology

1971 Volume 11, Number 11

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Performance Contracting Report

    James A. Mecklenburger

    A look at the Behavioral Research Laboratories' operations in the field of performance contracting. (AK) More

    pp. 16-0

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  2. Associative Learning Project in Computer Assisted Instruction

    John F. Rockart

    pp. 17-23

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  3. A Behavior-Based Laboratory Course in Educational Psychology

    Kenneth L. Collier & Richard V. Smith

    pp. 24-28

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  4. A Basic Operational Learning System

    Harold Bergquist

    This article describes the successful efforts of a small...and poor...school district to independently fund, organize and implement an individualized curriculum within the context of a learning... More

    pp. 29-30

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  5. A Portable Radio Communication System for Teacher Education

    Philip L. Herold

    This article describes an inexpensive portable radio communication system for guiding trainees while they are engaged in classroom instruction." (Author) More

    pp. 30-32

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  6. APPLE: An Annotated Pupil Information System

    Nadine M. Lambert

    pp. 32-36

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  7. The Nucleus of a Unified Curriculum

    Jere W. Clark

    The author suggests a system, which he calls eco-cybernetics", to serve as the basic core of functionally-related curriculum patterns. (AK) More

    pp. 36-38

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  8. An Approach for Program Evaluation

    Richard Louis Fogel

    This article proposes a conceptual framework for analysis, using some of the ideas embodied in the systems approach, which will enable the investigator to identify the relationships among program... More

    pp. 39-42

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  9. Establishing a Pupil Data Bank: Conflict Between Theory and Practice

    Daniel R. Fascione & Edward B. Penry

    pp. 42-46

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  10. Possible Patterns of Education: A Graphic View

    Patrick M. Beatts

    The purpose of this article is twofold: first, to define verbally the six elements of education treated by the author; second, by replacing the verbally-defined elements with symbols, to depict... More

    pp. 47-50

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  11. The U. S. Office of Education and Computer Activities: A Summary of Support

    Lawrence P. Grayson

    pp. 51-54

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