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Teacher Commitment to Instructional Design: The Problem of Media Selection and Use
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Educational Technology Volume 21, Number 5, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Examines the problems encountered in engaging teachers in the specification and selection of media options in the instructional design process. Present inadequacy is traced to: (1) specific theoretical deficiencies in available models, (2) the evolutionary state of research, and (3) the reluctance of teachers to commit themselves in this area. (MER)

Citation

Clark, F.E. & Angert, J.F. (1981). Teacher Commitment to Instructional Design: The Problem of Media Selection and Use. Educational Technology, 21(5), 9-15. Retrieved December 14, 2019 from .

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