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Educational Technology

1973 Volume 13, Number 10

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Number of articles: 19

  1. Clarifying Learning Priorities in Education

    David T. Miles

    A look at one method of analyzing the percentage of time spent in various activities and functions as one example of how teachers and other educational personnel might examine the processes and... More

    pp. 7-16

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  2. Protocols: Competency Based Teacher Education Modules

    Walter R. Borg

    An overview of the development of protocol materials, with specific examples from the Utah State University Protocol Project, which concentrates on concepts of teacher language. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 17-20

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  3. A Trilogy: 1. The Opposite of Scanty Is Not a Multitude

    R A. Lane

    A parody on the way instructional programs are organized without common standards or criteria, concluding that education needs better research. (HB) More

    pp. 20-21

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  4. A Trilogy: 2. Building Programs to Meet Evaluation Design Criteria

    David Meuser

    Author delineates the elements of an instructional program which is implementable and subject to evaluation. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 21-23

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  5. A Trilogy: 3. Given a Program: A New Model of Instructional Research

    H M. Harmes

    Author presents a new model required for research into the effectiveness of instructional programs. The model calls for research which employs the modern technology of instructional program design ... More

    pp. 23-25

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  6. Mastery Learning and Programmed Instruction in Developing Countries

    Robert M. Morgan

    A look at how developing countries, specifically Korea, are beginning to look to educational technology as a partial solution to their educational problems. (Author) More

    pp. 25-28

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  7. The Synthesized Behavioral Objective

    William G. Conroy

    A discussion of synthesized behavioral objectives (SYNOB), which is a record or form for communicating a variety of alternatives within a specific behavioral objective. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 29-32

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  8. Teaching the Design of CMI System Software

    Frank B. Baker

    The emergence of wide-spread interest in computer managed instruction systems brought a course in the design of software systems. The resulting course Hardware/Software Systems for Instructional... More

    pp. 33-35

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  9. Diagnosis and Prescription in Education

    M E. Hickey & David H. Hoffman

    The process of diagnosis in education is basically a process of needs assessment and of finding ways of meeting the needs of the learner thus identified. The model described suggests that the basis... More

    pp. 35-37

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  10. Competency Based Education: How Competent?

    Claudia A. Byram

    A discussion of instructional systems characterized by a set of learner objectives or competencies in which three processes bring about individualization: assessment, diagnosis and prescription. ... More

    pp. 38-39

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  11. The Advocate Team Process: A Powerful Planning Tool

    Kenneth W. Brooks & M J. Conrad

    A look at the advocate team process, a relatively new administrative curriculum and planning technique, the basic purpose of which is to generate and detail alternative strategies. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 39-42

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  12. Experiments in Learner Controlled Instruction

    Ludwig J. Issing & Alexander Eckert

    A discussion of an experiment on learner controlled instruction as opposed to teacher controlled instruction in math and physics instruction. (HB) More

    pp. 42-43

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  13. A System for Increasing the Probability of Teacher Control of Their Teaching Behavior

    J William Moore

    A discussion of the research'' approach, which involves training teachers to solve classroom problems through scientific problem-solving methods - that is, through the formulation and testing of... More

    pp. 44-47

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  14. Computer-Generated Problem-Sets: A Practical Approach to Computers in Education

    Anton F. Vierling

    A look at the use of the computer in instructional areas where speed, accuracy and recall are important. Practice sets for drill are discussed. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 47-50

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  15. Instructional Designs for a Case Study Approach

    Danny G. Langdon

    A look at a course in estate planning developed at the American College of Life Underwriters incorporating the case study method. (HB) More

    pp. 51-54

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  16. Monitoring Individualized Student Progress in Vocational Education Programs

    David J. Pucel & George H. Copa

    A description of a system for monitoring individualized student progress in vocational education programs for the purpose of reporting progress of individual students and the effectiveness and... More

    pp. 54-57

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  17. The Tutorial Mode of CAI at the U. S. Army Signal Center and School

    Alexander A. Longo & Frank E. Giunti

    The Computer Assisted Instruction Division of the U. S. Army Signal Center and School at Fort Monmouth, N.J., has been engaged in evaluation of CAI in an interactive mode of instruction. The... More

    pp. 57-58

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  18. Adult Basic Education Personnel Training

    Charles J. Bailey

    A brief discussion of why it is important for adult education teachers to have in-service training. (HB) More

    pp. 59-0

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  19. Suggested Computer Applications in Correspondence Education

    Charles Ehin

    A presentation of a model showing how computers can be used in correspondence study. (HB) More

    pp. 60-63

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