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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1991 Volume 7, Number 1


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Toward an integration of behavioural and cognitive psychologies through instructional technology

    Wesley Becker

    The schism between operant behavioural and cognitive psychological views is examined with the aim of showing the potentials for their convergence when an instructional perspective is taken. As Lee... More

    pp. 1-18

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  2. Roll over Beethoven

    Margaret Allan

    A 'work in progress' report on a project to develop applications
    of interactive media in the study of language. More

    pp. 19-22

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  3. Conflict Resolution in distance education

    Ernst Hintz

    In September 1989, the Centre for Evening and External Studies at Macquarie University began a project to design, produce and offer Australia's first comprehensive unit in Conflict Resolution... More

    pp. 23-30

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  4. Evaluation: Towards a definition and statement of purpose

    Jane Marsden

    This paper explores various interpretations of the term "evaluation" in the context of training and development. It looks specifically at definitions and purposes of evaluation. It is proposed... More

    pp. 31-38

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  5. Learning theories and computers in TAFE education

    Gennaro Pellone

    The place of the computer in the classroom especially within TAFE Colleges has increased dramatically over the past decade. This paper attempts to describe the role of computers in TAFE education ... More

    pp. 39-47

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  6. Implementing computer education: The role of the primary principal

    John Schiller

    The introduction of computers into schools has placed unique pressures on school principals to implement change. Therefore, knowledge of how principals effectively manage staff and pupil use of... More

    pp. 48-69

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