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Designing Interactive Responsive Instruction: A Set of Procedures
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Educational Technology Volume 26, Number 11, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Describes a five-step set of procedures for designing and developing instruction that promotes student-teacher interaction and teacher responsiveness. The steps described address instructional content, objectives, questions, boundaries, and entry behavior. (MBR)

Citation

Harper-Marinick, M. & Gerlach, V.S. (1986). Designing Interactive Responsive Instruction: A Set of Procedures. Educational Technology, 26(11), 36-38. Retrieved October 2, 2022 from .

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