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Educational Technology

1983 Volume 23, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. What Computer-Assisted Instruction Can Offer Toward the Encouragement of Creative Thinking

    Joan K. Gallini

    Argues that computer assisted instruction (CAI) contributes to a creative environment for students with varying abilities by encouraging student self-selection, exploration of new ideas and... More

    pp. 7-11

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  2. Not Seeing Is Relieving: Invisible Writing with Computers

    Stephen Marcus & Sheridan Blau

    Argues that when students interrupt their thought flow during composition writing to edit language, syntax, or mechanics, the pauses obstruct fluency and dilute concentration. Use of the word... More

    pp. 12-15

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  3. Service Improvements for State Computer Systems: An Approach Used by Minnesota

    John Maas & Theodore I. Bahn

    Explores the development of the systems architecture designed to meet problems identified by an evaluation of management information systems in Minnesota elementary, secondary, and vocational (ESV)... More

    pp. 16-22

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  4. Does Your Program Work? Strategies for Measuring Change

    Jim C. Fortune & Barbara A. Hutson

    Discusses the meaning of change, purposes and models for measuring it, matching models to purposes and types of data, and using more than one model to measure change. Twenty-one references are... More

    pp. 38-41

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