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Educational Technology

1985 Volume 25, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Computers in the Schools: Implications of Change

    Jay H. Moskowitz & Beatrice F. Birman

    Reports on a long-range study examining the developments resulting from the introduction of microcomputers in large city and suburban school districts. Policy questions addressed include... More

    pp. 7-14

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  2. What Calls for Help May Tell Us about the Present and Future of Computers in Schools

    Albert L. Goldberg

    To measure impact of microcomputers in schools and estimate near-term future, observations are made regarding client calls--range, issues, themes, and callers--made to a school district consultant ... More

    pp. 21-24

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  3. A Reexamination of Feedback in Computer-Based Instruction: Implications for Instructional Design

    Vicki Blum Cohen

    Discusses how operant conditioning has not brought instructional designers any closer to using feedback effectively in computer assisted instruction they design, defines and describes types of... More

    pp. 33-37

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  4. The Greening of Educational Computing: A Proposal for a More Research-Based Approach to Computers in Instruction

    M D. Roblyer

    Presents a rationale for future research relating to educational computing, discusses beneficial studies that have been undertaken, and outlines specific areas where further research is needed,... More

    pp. 40-44

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