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Educational Technology

1976 Volume 16, Number 12

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Schools Fail to Promote Student Self-Development: The Case for Deliberate Psychological Education

    John Vriend & Wayne W. Dyer

    The emphasis here is on the need for affective education rather than on specific 'How-to's.' The concerned educator is the intended audience, and powerful arguments for including DPE in the school ... More

    pp. 7-15

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  2. Sixteen Ways to Kill a College Faculty Development Program

    James O. Hammonds & Terry H. Smith Wallace

    Sixteen things to avoid in planning and implementing inservice programs are listed including problems in the areas of faculty involvement, scheduling, flexibility, funding, and non-monetary support... More

    pp. 16-20

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  3. The U.S. Navy Computer Managed Instruction (CMI) Satellite Demonstration

    Kenneth A. Polcyn

    The U.S. Navy has developed a self-paced, computer managed instruction (CMI) system for the initial training of personnel. The success of the system has prompted further research to explore greater... More

    pp. 21-25

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  4. Improvements to a Computer-Assisted Test Construction System

    Gerald Lippey & Nathan Partos

    This article describes some of the programming improvements made to a computer-based instructional support system after it was operating as had been envisioned during its design. Changes were made ... More

    pp. 26-29

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  5. A Strategy for Instituting Competency Based Education in Large Colleges and Universities: A Pilot Program

    Gary W. Peterson

    The Curriculum of Attainments (COA) Project is investigating a strategy which includes the establishment, expansion and proliferation of pilot CBE programs within existing academic departments. (BD) More

    pp. 30-34

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  6. Behavioral Objectives and the Elephant of Understanding

    John A. Thomas

    Confusion of instructional objectives with the evidence of their attainment has been a problem with behavioral objectives. Objectives of understanding, becoming familiar with, etc., should be... More

    pp. 34-36

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  7. An Alternative to Bibliotheraphy: Audiovisiotherapy

    Herman Axelrod & Thomas R. Teti

    The therapeutic use of films and other audiovisual media is recommended for children who are emotionally disturbed and unable to enjoy reading. Eight films are reviewed very briefly. (BD) More

    pp. 36-38

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  8. The Role of Audiotape Cassettes in Providing Student Feedback

    Henrietta L. Logan

    Providing students with complete and succinct evaluative data is an important part of any educational paradigm. Research shows that students learn more from feedback on cassettes than from a live, ... More

    pp. 38-39

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  9. Mastering Change in Education: Involving Others in Educational Change

    Margaret S. Dwyer

    The article addresses a number of questions about involving staff and community in change: Who? How Much? How? and Why? Several cautions are offered. (BD) More

    pp. 40-41

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