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Educational Technology

1977 Volume 17, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 14

  1. Planning for Future Outcomes: One District and Beyond

    B W. Tuckman

    The story of one school district that developed a strategy of comprehensive planning to maximize resources and to increase the involvement of teachers, administrators and parents in the process of ... More

    pp. 7-14

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  2. A Social Simulator: Development and Evaluation

    Arthur S. Blaiwes & Dennis R. Weller

    Research and development to evaluate the utility of the PLATO IV computer system to train socially related leadership behaviors. (DAG) More

    pp. 14-20

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  3. The MICA Project: A Sophisticated Operational CMI System

    John D. Chapin & Jerry L. Patterson

    Managed Instruction with Computer Assistance (MICA) used a teacher-designed math curriculum as a pilot project for a computer managed instruction (CMI) system designed to provide a means of... More

    pp. 20-23

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  4. A Filed Tested Evaluation Model to Assess a CBTE Program

    Jon J. Denton

    A four-phrase evaluation model implemented in a secondary level teacher education program. (DAG) More

    pp. 23-27

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  5. Performance Aids as Adjuncts to Instruction

    Robert W. Swezey

    General applications, descriptive studies, and cost/feasibility issues. (DAG) More

    pp. 27-32

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  6. Competency Based Teacher Education: Zeroing In

    Joseph J. Stowitschek

    Two current directions: (1) field-responsive teacher education, and (2) outcome-referenced training competency are discussed. (DAG) More

    pp. 32-36

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  7. Biofeedback as an Educational Technology

    Mark E. Siegel

    pp. 36-38

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  8. Models for Making Decisions About Controversial Instructional Materials

    John E. Splaine

    pp. 38-41

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  9. Costing Educational Technology: Some Promising Approaches

    James P. Kielt & Dean R. Spitzer

    Techniques for demonstrating the cost-savings which can be directly attributable to the use of educational technology in instruction. (Author) More

    pp. 42-45

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  10. Systematic Interpersonal Skill Development for Inner-City Youth: A Microcounseling Approach

    Curtis H. Bradley

    Pilot study. Microcounseling format is base-line measurement, training, and re-interview designed for individualized training. (DAG) More

    pp. 46-49

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  11. Self-Made Classroom Observation Instruments: An Aid to Self-Assessment

    Gerald D. Bailey

    To help teachers identify and control their instructional behavior. (DAG) More

    pp. 49-51

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  12. Needed: Functional Literacy Skills Curricula and Tests

    Robbie G. Davis

    pp. 52-54

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  13. The Interdependency of Product and Process Assessment in Educational Evaluation

    Ofelia Halasa

    pp. 55-57

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  14. Allocating the Higher Education Book Budget: A Process That Works

    C D. Wright & J F. Watkins

    pp. 58-60

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