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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1991 Volume 7, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. When performance and instructional technologists talk: Dialogue about impact, change and personal growth

    Allison Rossett & Allison Rossett

    Presentation delivered to the Australian Institute of Training and Development on July 15, 1991. More

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  2. Information systems in education: An interactive model for projecting primary school enrolments

    E. Gould, P. Casperson & P Casperson

    Sophisticated information systems are poised to play an important part in educational administration. Fundamental to the success of these systems is a means of accurately predicting school... More

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  3. Evaluation and the development of quality learning materials

    Fons Nouwens, Peter Robinson & Peter Robinson

    Learning materials development has traditionally been controlled by individual academics as distance education followed organisational models provided by traditional face to face teaching. Recent... More

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  4. Informing managers about telecommunications technologies for education and training

    Peter Hosie, Terry Charman, Roger Atkinson & Roger Atkinson

    Australian educational technologists face the challenge of convincing management to invest in telecommunications for some important aspects of education and training. Despite well-proven overseas... More

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  5. A methodological review of studies of SALT (Suggestive-accelerative learning and teaching) techniques

    B. Dipamo, R. Job & R Job

    Suggestopedia and SALT techniques are being applied in the adult education, business training and consulting spheres. However, a review of the relevant literature reveals doubtful support.... More

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  6. Instructional typographies using desktop publishing techniques to produce effective learning and training materials

    Wendy Priestly & Wendy Priestly

    Presentation delivered to the Australian Institute for Training and Development Conference NSW Division in July 1991. More

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  7. Examination of the effects of subject anxiety and task difficulty on the outcome of SALT (Suggestive Accelerative Learning and Teaching) techniques

    R Job & B Dipamo, University of Sydney

    A noteworthy feature of studies of SALT and suggestopedia is inconsistent results. Both theory and evidence suggest that these techniques may be beneficial to high anxiety learners learning a... More

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  8. Publication Review

    Kerry Kennedy, University College of Southern Queensland

    Review of:C. McBeath. Curriculum Decision Making in TAFE. 2nd Edition.Perth: Australian Society for Educational Technology WA Chapter, 1991, 118pp.http://education.curtin.edu.au/pubs/cdmt/home.htm More

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  9. Examination of the effects of subject anxiety and task difficulty on the outcome of SALT (Suggestive-accelerative learning and teaching) techniques

    R Job & B Dipamo

    A noteworthy feature of studies of SALT and suggestopedia is inconsistent results. Both theory and evidence suggest that these techniques may be beneficial to high anxiety learners learning a... More

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