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Educational Technology

1988 Volume 28, Number 7

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Role of Tutorial and Experiential Models in Intelligent Tutoring Systems

    M David Merrill

    Discussion of intelligent tutoring systems highlights various instructional models which emphasize experiential interactions. Topics discussed include computer assisted instruction; instructional... More

    pp. 7-13

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  2. Learning the ROPES of Instructional Design: Guidelines for Emerging Interactive Technologies

    Simon Hooper & Michael J. Hannafin

    Guidelines presented for the design of instruction using interactive technologies are based on theory and research in learning, instruction, and/or media development. Also explained is a meta-model... More

    pp. 14-18

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  3. An Expert System for On-Site Instructional Advice

    Elizabeth S. Martindale & Alan M. Hofmeister

    Describes Written Language Consultant, an expert system designed to help teachers teach special education students how to write business letters. Three main components of the system are described, ... More

    pp. 18-20

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  4. Using Microcomputers To Teach Problem Solving: A Critical Review

    Curt Dudley-Marling & Ronald D. Owston

    Critically evaluates the assumption that microcomputer-based instruction can be used to teach generalizable thinking and problem solving skills. Transference of problem solving skills across... More

    pp. 27-33

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  5. The Use of Computer-Generated Speech in Training Basic Teaching Skills

    Harold R. Strang

    Description of microcomputer-based simulations used to help teachers-in-training acquire basic teaching and classroom intervention skills highlights the Speech Synthesizing Simulation, which is... More

    pp. 37-40

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