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Educational Technology

February 1979 Volume 19, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Beyond Behavioral Performance Analysis: Toward a New Paradigm for Educational Technology

    Paul Harmon

    This article concerns the limitations of behavioral performance analysis as it is currently conceptualized by many educational technologists, presents a new paradigm for classifying responses, and ... More

    pp. 5-26

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  2. From Here to Validity: Developing a Conceptual Framework for Test Item Generation in Criterion-Referenced Measurement

    Michael Priestly & Paula M. Nassif

    Focuses on the methods of establishing and maintaining content validity of criterion-referenced multiple-choice tests through refined item writing techniques. (Author) More

    pp. 27-32

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  3. Parallel Random Access System: A New Method to Improve Foreign Language Training

    Shozo Usami

    Explores the possible use of simultaneous multi-channel still picture television broadcasting to improve foreign language listening comprehension. Current application of such a system in Japan is... More

    pp. 33-35

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  4. Some Considerations for Evaluating Instruction Using the Analytical Approach

    Wesley K. Roberts

    Discusses the prescriptive propositions underlying the analytical approach to instruction, including emphasis on the identification of valid instructional needs, use of content experts, and the... More

    pp. 39-41

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  5. A Quantified Media Evaluation Instrument

    Ira B. Perelle

    Presents a report form that allows for the systematic evaluation of instructional materials, highlighting learning objectives/strategies, grade level, technical quality, storage and identification ... More

    pp. 42-45

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  6. Computer Augmented Video Education

    M B. Sousa

    Describes project CAVE (Computer Augmented Video Education), an ongoing effort at the U.S. Naval Academy to present lecture material on videocassette tape, reinforced by drill and practice through ... More

    pp. 46-48

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  7. Instructional Design and Attitude Learning

    Walter Wager

    This investigation of the effect of stimulus environment design on the probability of desired attitude learning provides a rationale for attitudes as reinforcement or reward values and discusses... More

    pp. 51-53

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