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Educational Technology

1972 Volume 12, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 16

  1. Twenty Things to Do with a Computer

    Seymour Papert & Cynthia Solomon

    pp. 9-18

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  2. PPBS: A Status Report with Operational Suggestions

    Harry J. Hartley

    The purposes of this article are to assess the present status of planning-programming-budgeting systems in education and to offer operational illustrations to those who wish to install certain... More

    pp. 19-22

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  3. The Theory of Triads

    Charles W. Slack

    A brief description of how groups involving three-way interactions are used in counseling and rehabilitation programs. (AK) More

    pp. 23-29

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  4. Quick and Dirty Tricks to Teach Across the Generation Gap

    David Alan Gilman

    A satirical look at the application of commercial television performance techniques to classroom instruction. (AK) More

    pp. 30-31

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  5. Adapting Instruction to School Objectives and Student Needs

    John A. Connolly & Mary L. Hoaglund

    pp. 31-34

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  6. The Video Cassette as an Educational Reality

    Stanley C. Gabor

    pp. 35-37

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  7. Conceptual Model of Classification Behavior

    F Ross Woolley & Robert D. Tennyson

    This article examines some notable methods for describing concept display and instruction, and introduces a precise concept model. (Author) More

    pp. 37-39

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  8. What Entertainment Television Has to Teach Instructional Television: A Communications Model for Improving In-School Television

    Lee J. Dudek

    pp. 40-43

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  9. The Lexicon of the Computer

    Gary D. Brooks & James M. Lyon

    pp. 43-45

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  10. The Systems Approach in the Community College

    Dezo V. Silagyi & James J. Blanzy

    pp. 46-47

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  11. Effective Counseling: Necessary But No Longer Sufficient

    Robert K. Conyne & Richard C. Diedrich

    The author discusses how a counselor should view himself and his role in order to provide effective guidance for students. (AK) More

    pp. 47-49

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  12. The Skillshop for Teacher Inservice Training

    Donald E. Mowrer

    pp. 49-51

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  13. Evaluations and the Fate of Innovations

    John M. Flynn

    A brief discussion of the need for evaluation of educational innovations and a warning the innovations should not be rejected out of hand because of a poor showing early in their development. ... More

    pp. 52-54

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  14. Regional Action Network of Professor-Consultants: A Replicable Curriculum Change Mechanism

    James M. Mahan

    pp. 58-60

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  15. Groundwork for a Student Centered Experimental College

    Richard W. Malott

    pp. 61-0

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  16. Analog and Hybrid Simulation in Science Education

    Donald Martin

    pp. 62-63

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