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Educational Technology

1989 Volume 29, Number 8

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. A Checklist for Designing Instruction in the Affective Domain

    Barbara L. Martin

    Presents a systems model for developing instruction in the affective domain and offers a checklist for instructional design. Topics discussed include conducting a needs assessment; behavioral... More

    pp. 7-15

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  2. Improving Courseware Development Efficiency: The Effects of Authoring Systems on Team Roles and Communication

    Tony Faiola

    Discussion of courseware development for computer-based training (CBT) focuses on the effects of the use of authoring systems on courseware team roles and team communication. A team concept known... More

    pp. 16-19

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  3. An Apple a Day and at Night: A Distance Tutoring Program for At-Risk Students

    Steven M. Ross

    Describes a program of distance tutoring developed by Apple Computer, Inc., Memphis City Schools, and Memphis State University for at-risk minority students. The electronic bulletin board system ... More

    pp. 23-28

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  4. What Should Instructional Designers Know about General Systems Theory?

    David F. Salisbury

    Describes basic concepts in the field of general systems theory (GST) and explains the relationship between instructional systems design (ISD) and GST. Benefits of integrating GST into the... More

    pp. 42-45

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  5. Rooting Out Aberrant Behavior in Training

    Jerry Kokalis & Dave Paquin

    Discusses aberrant, or disruptive, behavior in an industrial/business, classroom-based, instructor-led training setting. Three examples of aberrant behavior are described, typical case studies are ... More

    pp. 51-54

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