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Educational Technology

1988 Volume 28, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Attitudes of College Students toward Computer-Assisted Instruction: An Essential Variable for Successful Implementation

    Michael E. Skinner

    Discusses the importance of student attitudes as a factor in the successful implementation of computer-assisted instruction at the college level. A study that examined student attitudes and... More

    pp. 7-15

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  2. A Videodisc Approach to Instructional Productivity

    Larry Peterson

    Describes a study in which videodisks were used to teach fractions, decimals, and percents to fifth graders. Student scores on mastery tests are reported, and the reactions of teachers and students... More

    pp. 16-22

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  3. The Use of Behavioral Principles in Educational Software

    LiMing Poppen & Roger Poppen

    Reviews the principles of the behavioral model of learning and discusses the need to incorporate these principles in the development of educational software programs. Criteria for evaluating... More

    pp. 37-41

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