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Educational Technology

1973 Volume 8, Number 7

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Number of articles: 14

  1. Systematic Planning of Curriculum and Instruction

    James E. Eisele

    The purpose of this article is to clarify some concepts integral to the application of systems theory, and to show how its use may result in humanized education. (Author) More

    pp. 9-12

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  2. A Systems Model for the Development of Instructional Materials

    Frank B. Penta

    Article describes the systems for instructional materials development for medical education at the Medical Center, University of Illinois. (HB) More

    pp. 12-16

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  3. Stimulating Faculty Readiness for Instructional Development: A Conservative Approach to Improving College Teaching

    Michael DeBloois & Douglas D. Alder

    Most colleges and universities cannot afford the research and development approach to improving instruction. This article argues that a more modest approach is defensible and necessary to bridge... More

    pp. 16-19

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  4. The Design of Personalized Multi-Mode Courses in Higher Education

    James E. Duane & Stephen D. Fitt

    Article describes a method to effectively organize new courses of instruction or reorganize existing courses of instruction in higher education. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 19-22

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  5. Diagnosis-Prescription in the Context of Instructional Management

    Ronald Besel

    Author argues that individual assessment of the students learning style should precede the decision of which teaching method is appropriate. He applies the medical terminology of diagnosis... More

    pp. 23-27

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  6. SATE: A Systems Approach to Developing Instructional Programs in Teacher Education

    Carl J. Wallen

    A model is described for developing instructional programs in teacher education that is based on an analysis of the system of teacher education. (Author) More

    pp. 27-32

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  7. Educational Dynamics: Modeling Instructional Development Processes in School

    Augustin A. Root

    Author explains his model of instructional development for initiating and continuing change in education. (HB) More

    pp. 32-35

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  8. An Examination of Systematic Development of Instruction for Nonresidential Colleges

    Stephen L. Yelon

    An analysis of the instructional systems approach used at nonresidential colleges in the United States and Great Britain. (HB) More

    pp. 36-44

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  9. Instructional Development in Higher Education: Recommendations for the Future

    Warland D. Wight

    pp. 44-45

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  10. Some Uneasy Inquiries into Instructional Development

    Craig Locatis

    Some limitations of instructional development are delineated, as are some of its potential adverse consequences. Finally, some possible strategies are advanced for rectifying undesirable impacts. (... More

    pp. 46-50

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  11. The "Seamy Side" of Instructional Development

    James Popham

    Article discusses several major error syndromes associated with current instructional development activities. (Author) More

    pp. 50-52

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  12. The Lippert Card Approach to Analysis and Synthesis of Tasks

    Henry T. Lippert & Howard Drucker

    Article proposes a specific technique, the use of simple index cards, which have been called Lippert Cards, to facilitate the process of analysis and synthesis in instructional design. (Author) More

    pp. 53-54

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  13. Programmed Learning is Alive and Residing Somewhere in Educational Technology

    R H. Palmer

    Author looks at programed learning and analyzes why he believes it has not been as sucessful an educational tool as many educators predicted. (HB) More

    pp. 54-56

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  14. A Scheme for Computerized Learning System Modeling: Are Rigorous Definitions Really Necessary?

    W Lord

    Articles purpose is to clarify the present situation with regard to learning system terminology and classification by suggesting an alternate framework which does not rely to any large extent on... More

    pp. 56-59

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