You are here:

Educational Technology

1976 Volume 16, Number 9

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. A Modest Plan to Raise the National Intelligence

    Edmund B. Coleman & Charles E. Morton

    The potential of television as an educational tool for increasing the intellectual competencies of preschoolers is discussed. (DB) More

    pp. 7-17

    View Abstract
  2. The Role of Evaluation in Instructional Development

    Robert D. Tennyson

    Presents guidelines for the evaluation of instructional materials beginning with the first phases of development and continuing until they are finally replaced. (JY) More

    pp. 17-24

    View Abstract
  3. A Constellation Model for the Development of a Mini-Course Curriculum in the Language Arts

    James R. Johnson

    Presents a conceptual scheme which is to relate minicourses and other forms of elective curricula to the entire language arts program at the secondary school level. (JY) More

    pp. 25-29

    View Abstract
  4. An Affective and Cognitive Evaluation of Computer Managed Instruction

    Harold F. O'Neil

    An experiment attempted to study the effects of a computer managed instructional program on the anxiety level of the teacher education students enrolled in a course on educational psychology. (JY) More

    pp. 29-34

    View Abstract
  5. Individualized Instruction: Its Structure and Management with Computer Assistance

    Dennis W. Spuck & Stephen P. Owen

    Considers the structural components essential to programs of Indivisualized Instruction, leading to a model of a generalized computer managed instruction system. (JY) More

    pp. 35-40

    View Abstract
  6. Implementing Individually Guided Education (IGE) with Computer Assistance

    Sidney L. Belt & Sara F. West

    Describes one system of computer managed instruction and how it facilitates the management and information processing needs for one widely implemented system of individualized instruction,... More

    pp. 40-43

    View Abstract
  7. Reading, Writing and Computing: Skills of the Future

    Patricia B. Campbell & Tom R. Kibler

    Calls for greater emphasis on knowledge of computers and other electronic devices in order to prepare students for the rapidly developing technological changes in society. (JY) More

    pp. 44-46

    View Abstract
  8. Administrative Implications of Innovative Instructional Design and Delivery in Higher Education: An Experience Based Checklist of Ideas, Comments and Questions

    Paul J. Dudgeon

    pp. 47-49

    View Abstract
  9. An Examination of the Faculty Growth Process

    Jo Anne Craig

    Describes the stages of change in attitudes and behaviors necessary for new ideas or procedures to become part of a faculty development program. (JY) More

    pp. 50-52

    View Abstract
  10. Mastering Change in Education. Getting Started: Assessing Readiness for Change

    Margaret S. Dwyer

    pp. 52-56

    View Abstract