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Educational Technology, Research and Development

1990 Volume 38, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Requirements and Benefits of Effective Interactive Instruction: Learner Control, Self-Regulation, and Continuing Motivation

    Mable B. Kinzie

    Examines the components of learner control, self-regulation, and the continuing motivation to learn as possible requirements and benefits of effective interactive instruction. Research literature... More

    pp. 5-21

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  2. Integrative Goals for Instructional Design

    Robert M. Gagne & M David Merrill

    Discusses the integration of multiple learning goals, or objectives, into instructional design procedures. Models of instructional design are described with emphasis on human performance factors;... More

    pp. 23-30

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  3. Rapid Prototyping: An Alternative Instructional Design Strategy

    Steven D. Tripp & Barbara Bichelmeyer

    Discusses the nature of instructional design and describes rapid prototyping as a feasible model for instructional system design (ISD). The use of prototyping in software engineering is described, ... More

    pp. 31-44

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  4. A New Model of Concept Teaching and Learning

    Martin Tessmer

    Discusses concept learning research and theory, and examines the relationship with models of instructional design. Topics discussed include how concepts are learned; how concepts are measured;... More

    pp. 45-53

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  5. Animation in Computer-Based Instruction

    Lloyd R. Rieber

    Reviews current empirical data on the effectiveness of animation in computer-based instruction. Research on static visuals and learning is examined; animation research is described that includes... More

    pp. 77-86

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