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Educational Technology

1978 Volume 18, Number 6

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Managing the Instructional Development Process

    Richard A. Stowe

    Focuses on four aspects of the management function--the management of the organization, of information, of personnel, and of resources, i.e., time, space, and money. (RAO) More

    pp. 9-14

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  2. Television and Its Influence on Reading

    John E. Splaine

    Studies in Minnesota and Maryland indicate an interaction between television and reading. Previous research cited suggests that the relationship is not exclusive. Educators should make use of such ... More

    pp. 15-9

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  3. Closing the Sex Gap in Math Performance by Altering Reward and Task Structures

    James W. Michaels

    Presents evidence that the sex gap in both math performance and attraction to math can be reduced by adopting classroom reward and task structures which strengthen the math performance of females... More

    pp. 22-5

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  4. Developing an Objective Measure of Academic Motivation

    Dean R. Spitzer & John M. Keller

    Describes the Motivational Style Questionnaire, an 80-item, three-factor (locus of control, social need, and achievement motivation) instrument, designed to measure student motivation objectively. ... More

    pp. 26-30

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  5. Dehumanize at Your Own Risk

    John P. Driscoll

    With the expansion of the technological revolution, the danger of dehumanization is ever present. Governmental domination of individual and social thought, coupled with economic manipulation, are... More

    pp. 34-6

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  6. DIAG NOSE: Computer-Based Reporting of Criterion-Referenced Test Results

    Franklin Furlong & William Miller

    The computerized program which is described is designed to score and analyze multiple-choice examinations, providing prompt and detailed testing information. (RAO) More

    pp. 37-9

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  7. Getting Faculty Involved in Instructional Development

    Al P. Mizell

    Describes a simulation game, IDIOTS (Instructional Development in Ordinary Teaching Situations), which is designed to acquaint potential instructional developers, faculty and/or students, with the ... More

    pp. 40-2

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