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Educational Technology

June 1982 Volume 22, Number 6

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Number of articles: 2

  1. An Interview with Robert M. Gagne: Developments in Learning Psychology; Implications for Instructional Design; and Effects of Computer Technology on Instructional Design and Development

    Lawrence Lipsitz

    The emergence of cognitive psychology as an important source for theories of learning, the relationship between information processing theories of learning and behaviorist theories, the... More

    pp. 11-15

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  2. Profile of Change in Education: A High School Faculty Adopts/Rejects Microcomputers

    Donald R. Grossnickle

    This report on current uses of microcomputers in instruction at Palatine High School, a suburban Chicago public secondary school, presents and discusses the results of a survey of the high school's... More

    pp. 17-19

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