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Educational Technology

1976 Volume 16, Number 10

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Number of articles: 16

  1. What Should a Theory of Instruction Concern Itself With?

    George L. Gropper

    A theory of instruction can be said to have succeeded when the applied technology it has generated can be used with consistency and is comprehensive and relevant to the range of types of learning... More

    pp. 7-12

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  2. Will the Real Advantage of CBE Please Stand Up?

    Castelle G. Gentry

    A discussion of competency based education (CBE) designed to demonstrate that the significant contribution of CBE is its potential for rendering murky instructional processes visible. CBE should... More

    pp. 13-15

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  3. A Computer Managed Learning System to Help the Teacher

    W R. Broderick

    Describes, from the teacher's point of view, the Havering Computer Managed Learning System. It is essentially an applied research project to investigate the behavior of computer managed learning... More

    pp. 16-19

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  4. Educational Technology and the Adult Learner

    David E. Hooten & Richard D. Zakia

    Adult learners differ from their younger counterparts in a number of ways. Of great importance to continuing education efforts is the fact that they are highly receptive to the appropriate use of... More

    pp. 20-25

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  5. Appropriate Uses of Drill Exercises

    Harry G. Miller & Kevin Swick

    The intent of this article is to: (1) characterize appropriate content for drill activity, and (2) describe various cognitive levels of drill exercises that may be used in a learning situation. The... More

    pp. 26-30

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  6. Students, Teachers, Administrators and Parents View Individualized High School Education

    Timothy F. Brown

    pp. 30-32

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  7. Principles and Procedures in Technical Assistance: An Approach to Educational Change

    David L. Lillie & Talbot Black

    The Technical Assistance Development System (TADS) has developed through the years a system for technical assistance and has identified some important principles that should be followed in the... More

    pp. 33-6

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  8. The Formative Evaluation Outcomes Matrix

    Walter Wager

    Develops a heuristic device called the Formative Evaluation Outcomes Matrix that systematizes the data from three commonly used formative evaluation instruments for the purpose of diagnosing faults... More

    pp. 37-8

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  9. College-Credit Courses By Open-Circuit Television

    Linda S. Agler & Theodore W. Pohrte

    ITV (instructional television) course development and ITV Center organization in the Dallas County Community College District (Texas) are discussed. (ER) More

    pp. 39-43

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  10. Test-Ease: An Innovative Evaluation Technology

    Bill Brown

    With the aid of funds received through a Title III ESEA, Section 306 grant, the San Juan Board of Cooperative Services (Colorado) has developed a system to aid teachers in evaluating their students... More

    pp. 43-5

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  11. Application of the Computer to an Educational Management Problem: From Naivety to Frustration, to Victory

    Norman J. Schmitt

    Six insights gained during the implementation of a computerized staff accounting and recordkeeping system in the Newington (Connecticut) school district are presented. (ER) More

    pp. 45-7

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  12. Business Education for Homebound Students

    Benjamin Wieder & Barbara J. Froehlich

    Queensborough Community College (New York) initiated a program in 1973 to enable homebound high school graduates to continue their education. (Author/ER) More

    pp. 47-8

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  13. Use of Audio-Visual Materials in Teaching Computer Programming in Venezuela

    Juan Carlos De Agostini Solines

    pp. 49-50

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  14. Scoring Interactive Student Responses

    T M. Oehmke & K M. Swigger

    Describes an interactive computer program used in comparing any two sets of similar data for which linear order must be maintained and suggests further applications for which the program might be... More

    pp. 51-3

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  15. Procedures for Developing Sequential Validation

    Clarence C. Jeter & James M. H. Singleton

    By using the procedure presented in this article, instructional developers will be able to make supportable decisions about their material without going through a complex statistical exercise and, ... More

    pp. 54-6

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  16. MASTERING CHANGE IN EDUCATION: Stimulation/Education Activities

    Margaret S. Dwyer

    Stimulation/education--as its name implies--is a two-dimensional process: creating an increased interest in improving education, while educating people about the possibilities for change and the... More

    pp. 56-8

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