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ERIC Number: ED003803
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 92
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OCCASIONAL PAPERS ON PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION, I. PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION IN OTHER COUNTRIES.
SCHRAMM, W.; AND OTHERS
REPORTS WERE PRESENTED ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND STATE-OF-THE-ART OF PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, JAPAN, FRANCE, AND THE SOVIET UNION. KENNETH AUSTWICK, UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, HIGHLIGHTS THE PICTURE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM WHERE INTEREST HAS GROWN RAPIDLY SINCE 1961. THE AUTHOR POINTS OUT THAT PERHAPS THE MOST EXCITING WORK IS BEING DONE BY GORDON PASK IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, WHO IS DEVELOPING EXTRINSICALLY ADAPTIVE TEACHING MACHINES. MITOJI NISHIMOTO, DIRECTOR OF THE AUDIOVISUAL CENTER, INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, REPORTS ON DEVELOPMENTS IN JAPAN, WHERE A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR TEACHING MACHINES AND PROGRAMED LEARNING IS PREDICTED. GEORGE DECOTE, BROOKLYN COLLEGE, NEW YORK, REVIEWS THE STATUS OF PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION IN FRANCE. PERSONNEL AND ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVE IN THE FIELD ARE DISCUSSED. DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SOVIET UNION ARE PRESENTED BY HARMAT VOGT, UNIVERSITY OF MARBURG. PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS DEVOTED TO CYBERNETICS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE IN SOVIET EDUCATION. NUMEROUS DEVELOPMENTS ARE REPORTED. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. Inst. for Communication Research.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (Stanford); FRANCE; JAPAN; UNITED KINGDOM; USSR