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Educational Technology

1969 Volume 9, Number 12

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 14

  1. Models for Encouraging Creativity in the Classroom by Integrating Cognitive-Affective Behaviors

    Frank E. Williams

    pp. 7-13

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  2. Institutionalization of Evaluation

    James D. Finn

    Writing as a member of the Second National Evaluation Team for ESEA Title III, the late James Finn discusses the reasons for evaluation in education and the problem of evaluation becoming... More

    pp. 14-23

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  3. Instructional Technology and Administrative Decisions

    Glen G. Eye

    "Concerned with the spiraling problems of technology and its impact on instruction, the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) two years ago created the Committee on Technology and... More

    pp. 24-7

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  4. Defining Behavior Modification

    Florence Christoplos & Peter Valletutti

    Discusses the proposition that: "The educational problem involved in behavior modification, in the evaluationand measurement of learning, is the integration and coordination of three types of... More

    pp. 28-30

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  5. The New "Systems" Approaches to Resource Allocation Decisions: A Second Look

    Joseph H. McGivney

    pp. 31-4

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  6. Increasing Sense of Effectiveness through Media

    Robert A. Rosenthal

    Essay which discusses the effects of media and the changes in people media may produce and which emphasizes that media should always be "the servant of change and the servant of our humanness ... More

    pp. 39-45

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  7. Guidance, the Learning Process and Communications Media

    Ann M. Martin

    Reports on the use of audiovisual materials as stimuli in counseling. A sample film script and selected student responses to the film are appended. (LS) More

    pp. 46-53

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  8. The Impact of "Stuff" in the Classroom

    George E. Hein

    Essay which argues that the new instructional materials often lose their vitality by being fitted into a static curriculum. The author states: "We must go much farther than we have in both bringing... More

    pp. 54-8

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  9. Instructional Media and the Teaching-Learning Process

    Jarvis Barnes

    A number of the activities and programs of the Atlanta Public Schools are examined with an eye toward the role media plays in each. (LS) More

    pp. 59-62

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  10. Individualized Instruction--Where Are We? A Guide for Teachers

    Howard E. Blake & Ann W. McPherson

    This article discusses the nature of individualized instruction, focusing on its advantages and on current trends in the field. Emphasis is constantly placed on the teacher's responsibilities in... More

    pp. 63-5

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  11. In-Service Training with Television in a Developing Nation

    Roderic L. Wagoner & Blair Mackenzie

    Described are the operations and results of a project whose objectives were: "(1) To demonstrate to Nigerian educators that various media could be adapted to teaching, and especially to inservice... More

    pp. 66-8

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  12. Design Follows Concept: A Case Study of Facilities Development

    R S. North

    pp. 69-71

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  13. What Are Learning Products?

    Richard W. Burns

    The author presents and explains a classification scheme intended to define learning behavior in terms of cognitive principles, affective principles, transformational principles, and heuristic... More

    pp. 72-3

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  14. Change in Education--An Unanswered Challenge

    Charles C. Aquino

    Essay which points out that most innovation becomes absorbed and, in effect, standardized by traditional educational processes and which argues that these processes need overhauling in order to be ... More

    pp. 74-6

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