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Educational Technology

1969 Volume 9, Number 10

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Number of articles: 19

  1. The Role of Educational Technology in Developing Achievement Motivation

    David C. McClelland

    Essay focusing on how achievement motivation is developed in students and adults, with some discussion of how various dimensions of educational technology may contribute to this development. Paper ... More

    pp. 7-16

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  2. A Model for Curriculum Evaluation

    Peter Crane & Clark C. Abt

    Describes in some detail the Curriculum Evaluation Model, "a technique for calculating the cost-effectiveness of alternative curriculum materials by a detailed breakdown and analysis of their... More

    pp. 17-25

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  3. The Student-Centered Curriculum: A Concept in Curriculum Innovation

    Bruce W. Tuckman

    The student-centered curriculum concept is "described in terms of a series of postulates which provide a basic definition of what the student-centered curriculum is to be. From these postulates,... More

    pp. 26-9

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  4. Teaching Technology Applied in the Main Stream: The Supermarket Discovery Center

    Robert T. Filep & Pearl Gillette

    Describes the approach and results of the Supermarket Discovery Center Demonstration Project, a program attempting to provide pre-school children with meaningful learning experiences while their... More

    pp. 30-4

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  5. A Structure for Innovation in Education

    Ellsworth C. Keil

    "The purpose of this paper is to examine briefly present approaches to innovation and to suggest a new innovation structure. The primary focus is on secondary education. (Author) More

    pp. 35-40

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  6. W2, the Beast and the Quest. A Journey to the Land of Teaching

    William H. Williams

    Satiric essay which alleges that computer assisted instruction is often a process so wrapped up in itself that it loses sight of the needs of the student. (LS) More

    pp. 41-2

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  7. Some Dimensions of Simulation

    Isabel H. Beck & Bruce Monroe

    pp. 45-9

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  8. An Investigation to Determine Effects of Simulation Training on Student Teaching Behavior

    Donald R. Cruickshank & Frank W. Broadbent

    pp. 50-4

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  9. A Computer-Based Patient Simulator for Training Anesthesiologists

    Stephen Abrahamson

    pp. 55-9

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  10. Computer Simulation of Cognitive Processes

    Herbert J. Hallworth

    pp. 60-3

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  11. Designing Simulation Systems

    Paul A. Twelker

    "The purpose of this paper is to outline the approach to designing instructional simulation systems developed at Teaching Research. The 13 phases of simulation design will be summarized, and an... More

    pp. 64-70

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  12. Selection Criteria for Computer System Adoption

    William G. Miller

    pp. 71-5

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  13. The Student as Co-Author--The First Step in Formative Evaluation

    Roger O. Scott & Stephen L. Yelon

    Discusses formative evaluation (i.e., testing the effectiveness of instruction during its development), focussing on one procedure in particular, the evaluation of the instructional materials by an... More

    pp. 76-8

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  14. The Application of PERT to Large-Scale Educational Research and Evaluation Studies

    C Marston Case

    Discusses four points related to the coordination and management of large scale educational research projects: 1) the need for "project visibility; 2) the basic features of a Project Evaluation... More

    pp. 79-83

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  15. CAI in New York City: Report on the First Year's Operations

    Cornelius F. Butler

    "The nation's largest CAI operation in a public school system concluded its first full year of operation in June, 1969. The results indicate a very definite success for education's most closely... More

    pp. 84-7

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  16. Who Should Write CAI Curriculum?

    Ron Arnold & Ruth Penny

    Discusses a project in which classroom teachers in daily contact with students are successfully authoring computer assisted instruction programs. (LS) More

    pp. 88-9

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  17. Who Thought of It First? A Review of Historical References to Programmed Instruction

    Dene R. Lawson

    pp. 93-6

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  18. Let's Reward Good Teachers

    Allen Calvin

    Editorial which points out that good teachers receive no more pay than bad teachers, and which calls for an overhall of public education in order to reward those teachers who do their job well. (LS) More

    pp. 97-8

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  19. Sequential Analysis as a Means of Evaluating Instructional Materials

    Calvin C. Nelson

    pp. 99-102

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