Programmed teaching; a symposium on automation in education, edited by Joseph S. Roucek.

New York, Philosophical Library [1965] .

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Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Computerunterstützter Unterricht.
Enseignement programmé
Programmed Instruction as Topic.
Programmed instruction.
Description viii, 194 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Teaching machines-six dangers and one advantage, by R.B. Bordberg. -- The effects of the preparation and utilization of automated teaching on the classroom teacher, by J.P. Lysaught. -- Teacher education and teaching machines, by E.E. Plattor. -- The programmed textbook of the teaching machine? by K.V. Lottich. -- Exploring the limits on the automation of guided, planned experiences in creative thinking, by E.P. Torrance. -- Programmed learning and the teaching of the humanities and social sciences, by R.M. Frumkin. -- Automation in the secondary school social studies, by E.E. Snyder. -- Programmed instruction in the language arts, by R.M. Goff. -- Automation and culturally deprived children, by R.H. Hines. The use of instrumentation in special education, by N.R. Willey. -- the use of teaching machines with the mentally retarded, by B.M. Bradley. -- Programmed instruction for retarded children, by L.F. Malpass and others. -- Instructional television, by D.L. Barnes.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)965373
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Rouček, Joseph S. 1902-1984,
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