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Educational Technology

1972 Volume 12, Number 1

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Number of articles: 19

  1. Realizing the Radical Relatedness of Technology and Education

    P Kenneth Komoski

    The author examines the question of how the powerful forces" of education and technology are currently shaping" each other and the evolving world." (Author/AK) More

    pp. 5-9

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  2. The Integration of Humanism and Educational Technology

    Perry E. Rosove

    It is the thesis of this article that there is no inconsistency or inherent conflict between a humanist approach to education and an approach in which educational technology is employed. (Author) More

    pp. 10-18

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  3. Three Essays on our New Movement: I. A Theory of Three

    Charles W. Slack

    A suggestion that schools today are generally characterized by an inadequate formal social structure which does not allow each individual... enough choice of relevant social roles" and some ideas ... More

    pp. 19-22

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  4. Three Essays on Our New Movement: II. How to Name Our Baby

    Charles W. Slack

    The author suggests that if the informal education" movement is to survive it needs a name unlike informal" which won't conjure up images of undisciplined, unstructured classes. (AK) More

    pp. 23-25

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  5. Three Essays on Our New Movement: III. Tell It What It Is

    Charles W. Slack

    A look at the need to provide a structure for informal educational systems in order to avoid alienating public opinion. (AK) More

    pp. 26-27

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  6. Technology and Freedom

    Kenneth H. Silber

    This article suggests a...way to utilize technology and freedom for learning. (Author) More

    pp. 27-34

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  7. Informal Education with Instructional Systems?

    Felix F. Kopstein & Robert J. Seidel

    The author argues that properly designed and properly implemented instructional systems are neither incompetent, nor inefficient, nor inhumane." (Author/AK) More

    pp. 35-39

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  8. The Free School Movement: Freedom to Learn Badly? Some Social Psychological Observation

    Richard I. Evans

    pp. 40-41

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  9. Freedom in a Free School

    Roy A. Moxley

    The author comments on the freedom available to students under traditional educational systems and in free schools. (AK) More

    pp. 42-43

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  10. Educational Technology's Humanistic Teacher

    Sidney J. Drumheller

    A look at the need to restructure the teacher's role in the educational process and restructure the traditional curriculum" in order to provide individual students with more time and attention. ... More

    pp. 44-47

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  11. Informal Education, Motivation and Technology

    Richard R. Landers

    A look at the role technology plays in helping a student learn and develop his own individuality. (AK) More

    pp. 48-51

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  12. Behavioral Objectives and Humanism in Education: A Question of Specificity

    Asahel D. Woodruff & Philip G. Kapfer

    In this article the author attempts to sketch a more broadly conceived behavioral approach which places a priority on the higher humanistic behaviors and subsumes the smaller instrumental... More

    pp. 51-55

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  13. Differential Strategies Allowing for Openness in Education

    Frank E. Williams

    This article has attempted to list and discuss nine differential sets of strategies which help to informalize education. (Author) More

    pp. 56-58

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  14. Can Spontaneity Serve as a Curriculum Base?

    Fenwick English

    pp. 59-61

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  15. Videocassettes, Formalists and Informalists in Education

    George N. Gordon & Irving A. Falk

    A look at the potential uses of videocassette technology in education and at some specific design features which educators should demand in such equipment. (AK) More

    pp. 61-65

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  16. The "Open" School: Education's Runnymede?

    Charles A. Wedemeyer

    A discussion of the concept of open education", of its treat to traditional education, and of possible barriers to the implementation of an open education system. (AK) More

    pp. 65-68

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  17. Educational Technology and the Free School Movement

    Gabriel D. Ofiesh & Mary Elizabeth McIlvane

    pp. 68-70

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  18. Open Education: Some Tasks for Technology

    Lauren B. Resnick

    The author explores the central goals of the open education movement and suggests that if the movement is to achieve these goals it must make use of educational technology. (AK) More

    pp. 70-76

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  19. Alternatives or Needs -- An Epilogue to This Issue

    William Clark Trow

    A brief comparison of open education and traditional education. (AK) More

    pp. 77-78

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