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Educational Technology

1976 Volume 16, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 16

  1. The Interaction of Courseware Development and Implementation: Functions and Models

    William A. Mahler

    A discussion of how the interaction of design and content of curricular materials determine their possible applications. A review of functions and models is presented for interactive curriculum... More

    pp. 9-11

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  2. Initiation and Diffusion in Educational Planning

    Samuel Goldman & William J. Moynihan

    This article describes the results of the research relative to the initiation and diffusion process variables, and lists certain propositions which may be useful to practitioners, planning... More

    pp. 12-15

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  3. Hardware and Software Considerations in Computer Based Course Management

    Stephen M. Alessi

    A discussion of the advantages in using a computer to coordinate the logistics of a multi-faceted instructional program with large numbers of students. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 16-21

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  4. Teacher-Student Cooperative Instructional Design Models for Peer Teaching and Student Motivated Self-Instruction

    David M. Moore & Ruth D. Harris

    pp. 21-24

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  5. A Discrepancy Analysis System

    R Hayman Kite

    A discussion of the Discrepancy Analysis System, which identifies the difference in expected performance and actual performance as revealed by testing. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 24-28

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  6. Computer Managed Learning at the University Level in the Netherlands

    E J. W. M. van Hees

    pp. 28-31

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  7. Considerations in a Course Evaluation in Higher Education

    Ian D. Thomas

    A discussion of 1) why do a course evaluation; 2) what can be usefully evaluated; 3) who should be involved in a course evaluation; and 4) when should the evaluation take place. The article... More

    pp. 32-38

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  8. Trick or Trait: A Look at Student Evaluation of Instruction

    Thomas M. Sherman

    A presentation of some guidelines to make student evaluations of courses useful to both teachers and administrators. (HB) More

    pp. 38-40

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  9. Tagging Course Objectives for the Computer

    Joseph S. Lechowicz & Fred H. Wise

    This report focuses on a suggested technology for analysis and evaluation of courses in the course master file of a university. (Author) More

    pp. 40-41

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  10. Individualized Instruction in Basic Mathematics: An Audio-Tutorial Approach

    Joanna S. Burris & Kenneth D. George

    A look at a math program at Burlington Community College designed to insure competencies and reduce the attrition rate in the program. (HB) More

    pp. 42-44

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  11. Inservice Personnel Development: A Systematic Approach to Program Planning

    John E. Lutz

    pp. 44-47

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  12. Helping the Teacher Teach in Israel: A Computer Experiment

    Samuel Bergman & Yakov Varol

    A look at how the computer was used to help teachers in Israel deal with students' individual learning problems. (HB) More

    pp. 48-51

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  13. An Administrative and Faculty Training Program in Teacher Education and Development

    Anthony F. Grasha

    pp. 52-54

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  14. Learning While Commuting to School: New Uses for Compressed Speech Tapes

    Dorothy G. Singer

    pp. 54-56

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  15. Can Creativity Be Taught?

    John M. Throne

    An analysis of the elements of creativity and speculation on how it can be taught and fostered in the schools. (HB) More

    pp. 57-58

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  16. Use of the Videotape Recorder and the Individual's Right to Privacy

    Helene Stark Napolitano

    A look at educational uses of videotape recorders and the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. (HB) More

    pp. 58-59

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