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Trends in the Programmed Instruction : Papers from the First Annual Convention of the National Society for Programmed Instruction - Gabriel D. Ofiesh

Trends in the Programmed Instruction

Papers from the First Annual Convention of the National Society for Programmed Instruction

By: Gabriel D. Ofiesh (Editor), Wesley C. Meierhenry (Editor)

Paperback Published: 5th September 2000
ISBN: 9781593111434
Number Of Pages: 304

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This publication is a very significant cooperative effort of the Department of Audiovisual Instruction and the National Society for Programmed Instruction. It is, we believe, a harbinger of future joint activities between our two organizations whose purposes converge in the field of programmed learning.

A fable
Introductionp. 1
The emergence of instructional technologyp. 7
Programmed instruction and the philosophy of educationp. 11
Programmed instruction and the control of behaviorp. 15
Programming the impossiblep. 19
A dialogue between teaching and testingp. 24
Programmed instruction compared with automated instructionp. 28
Programmed instruction in perspectivep. 31
Development of systems applications
The systems approach to programmingp. 33
Programmed instruction as a systems approach to educationp. 36
Programmed instruction and the technology of trainingp. 46
Setting programmed instruction objectives using systems methodologyp. 51
The implementation of a systems approach to programmed instruction for a state department of educationp. 53
Behavioral planning networksp. 56
The teacher
Educational technology and the role of the teacherp. 61
The impact of programmed instruction on conventional instructionp. 65
A venture in programmed instructionp. 68
Programming a course in world historyp. 72
Programs in the language arts - available and desirablep. 75
Some pitfalls in the classroom use of programsp. 78
What services teachers and educators want and need from programmed learning expertsp. 80
A programmed text in prosodyp. 82
TOP - trying out programsp. 84
The exceptional student
Programmed instruction and the exceptional childp. 87
The Draper experiment : a programmed learning projectp. 91
Programmed audio-visual training for the mentally retardedp. 98
Linguistics, language, and dyslexiap. 101
Industrial applications
Aerospace industrial programming (past, present and future)p. 105
Industrial programmed instruction in value control trainingp. 107
Technological change and the journeyman electrician : an experimental study in continuing educationp. 110
Training programmers for USAAp. 114
Application of audio-lingual programming to industrial trainingp. 117
A technique for determining the administrative feasibility of programmed learning in government and industrial training programsp. 119
Determining training needsp. 124
Considerations when organizing programming projectsp. 127
Military and governmental applications
Programmed instruction : breakthrough in Air Force training?p. 131
Mechanical training with the K-38 revolverp. 134
An experiment in programming the care and use of aircraft mechanics' hand toolsp. 136
The Air Force letterp. 138
Programmed instruction at Chanute AFB, Illinoisp. 140
Programmed instruction and the instructional system at the U.S. Air Force Academyp. 143
Programmed instruction and on-the-job trainingp. 145
Research on automated training at electronics systems divisionp. 147
The health sciences
Programmed instruction in medical educationp. 151
Programmed instruction applied to selected aspects of dental educationp. 154
Programmed instruction in nursing educationp. 156
Instructional programming
Increasing the productivity of programmersp. 159
Useful objectivesp. 162
Task analysis - bane or blessing?p. 166
Job analysis and its application to trainingp. 169
Development of measurement devices for programmed instructionp. 172
Quality control problems and the selection of well-constructed programsp. 175
Skinner technique in reinforced learning as applied to remedial spellingp. 177
Adjunct programmingp. 180
A consideration of some objective properties of linear programsp. 182
Some general rules of frame constructionp. 185
Construction of an academic program for school consultants in programmed learningp. 189
Problems in the relationship between subject matter and programmed learning specialists with implications for training and researchp. 191
IBEX - a method of instructionp. 195
Novelty effects of programmed instructionp. 197
A potpourri of programming technologyp. 201
Judging the teaching effectiveness of programsp. 207
Validation data for programmed texts : a checklist for evaluation of testingp. 210
Reappraisal of achievement measuresp. 213
Future trends
Programming thinkingp. 215
Research in programmed instruction : an overviewp. 220
Research accomplishments and needs in programmed instructionp. 224
The effect of withholding reinforcement in auto instructional programsp. 231
Proactive and retroactive effects in programmed learningp. 232
Explorations in student-controlled instructionp. 235
Partial and continuous feedback in a linear programmed instruction packagep. 239
An evaluation of programmed instruction and conventional classroom techniquesp. 241
The uninvitedp. 247
Programmed instruction over closed circuit televisionp. 251
The requirement for overt responses as a function of response relevance and information levelp. 253
Film as a program medium : technical and economic considerationsp. 256
Individual differences in mental alertness and implications for the scheduling of programmed instructionp. 259
What should be programmed for television?p. 263
Problems and issues in the publishing of programmed materialsp. 267
Problems in publishing programmed materialsp. 269
A point of transitionp. 272
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ISBN: 9781593111434
ISBN-10: 1593111436
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 5th September 2000
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 28.0 x 21.0  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.69