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2 edition of Recommendations for reporting the effectiveness of programed instruction materials. found in the catalog.

Recommendations for reporting the effectiveness of programed instruction materials.

Joint Committee on Programmed Instruction and Teaching Machines.

Recommendations for reporting the effectiveness of programed instruction materials.

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Published by Division of Audiovisual Instructional Service, National Education Association in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Programmed instruction.,
  • Teaching machines.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1028.5 .J6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5990399M
    LC Control Number66021179
    OCLC/WorldCa179420

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Recommendations for reporting the effectiveness of programed instruction materials. Joint committee on programmed instruction and teaching machines; AV communication review vol pages – ()Cite this article. Joint Committee on Programmed Instruction and Teaching Machines Additional information This report is a supplement to a more extensive document (published in the Spring issue of AV Communication Review), “Recommendations for Reporting the Effectiveness of Programed Instruction Materials” (Revised October ).

A comparison of three modes of presenting a programed instruction sequence, (New York, Center for Programed Instruction, ), by Lewis D. Eigen and N.Y. Center for Programed Instruction (page images at HathiTrust) Recommendations for reporting the.

Recommendations for reporting the effectiveness of programed instruction materials. (Division of Audiovisual Instructional Service, National Education Association, ), by Joint Committee on Programmed Recommendations for reporting the effectiveness of programed instruction materials.

book and Teaching Machines (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). selected articles in programed instruction were collectep and annotated for this publication.

types of materials included were basic reference books, journal articles, research documents, and some unpublished papers, covering the period references were listed according to the following categories-- programed instruction - general.

evaluate programed materials in different subject areas. The book is comprised of nine chapters which help the reader to (1) understand the characteristics of programed instruction, (2) select appropriate units to be programed, (3) assess the entering behavior of the learner, (4) develop.

To measure the effectiveness of our instructional material, for example on a chapter-to-chapter basis to ascertain the quality of a textbook would tantamount to taking a very simplistic view of.

Foundations of Programmed Instruction • this device, which was a teaching aid rather than an automatic or self-controlling device, was that it was based on psychologi.

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