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ERIC Number: ED002221
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Oct
Pages: 1
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PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION AND THE TEACHING PROFESSION.
GOTKIN, LASSAR D.
THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION'S INFORMATION PROGRAM, AIMED AT VARIOUS SEGMENTS OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION, PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION ON PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION. THE DEPARTMENT OF AUDIOVISUAL INSTRUCTION AND THE DIVISION OF AUDIOVISUAL INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE HAVE BEEN PARTICULARLY ACTIVE IN THIS INFORMATION PROGRAM. IN THE PAST 40 YEARS MANY CHANGES HAVE TAKEN PLACE IN THE FIELD OF AUDIOVISUAL EDUCATION, AND TERMS SUCH AS "INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY" AND "EDUCATIONAL MEDIA" ARE NOW USED INTERCHANGEABLY WITH IT. ALTHOUGH PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION HOLDS GREAT PROMISE FOR EDUCATION AND CERTAINLY CANNOT BE VIEWED AS JUST ANOTHER AUDIOVISUAL AID, IT IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY DIFFICULT IN SCHOOLS TO SEPARATE THIS PARTICULAR DEVELOPMENT FROM THE BROADER SPECTRUM OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY. THE FUTURE OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS WILL DEPEND SIGNIFICANTLY ON THE RAPPORT AND DEGREE OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE SCIENTISTS WHO ARE EXPANDING THE BOUNDARIES OF LEARNING THEORY AND THE EDUCATIONAL PRACTITIONERS WHO ARE PRACTICING THE ART OF TEACHING.
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Identifiers: NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION; NEW YORK; New York (New York)