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ERIC Number: ED013377
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Jul
Pages: 51
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Reference Count: 0
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COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF PRINCIPLES FOR PROGRAMMING MATHEMATICS IN AUTOMATED INSTRUCTION. FINAL REPORT.
BEBERMAN, MAX; STOLUROW, LAWRENCE M.
AN ASSESSMENT WAS MADE OF PRINCIPLES USED FOR PROGRAMING MATHEMATICS IN AUTOMATED INSTRUCTION. THE FIRST CHAPTER PRESENTED A SUMMARY OF RESEARCH ON THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF MATHEMATICS BY PROGRAMED INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES. THE RESEARCH AND FINDINGS WERE CONSIDERED WITH RESPECT TO THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGY OF EDUCATION. THE SECOND CHAPTER CONSISTED OF A SUMMARY OF RESEARCH PURSUED BY THE RESEARCH TRAINING LABORATORY ON PRINCIPLES IN PROGRAMING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF MATHEMATICS. THE RESEARCH WHICH WAS REPORTED DEALT WITH LINEAR AS OPPOSED TO BRANCHING FORMS, PROGRAMING FOR DISCOVERY LEARNING, ORDERING OF FRAMES, STEP SIZE, COVERT AS OPPOSED TO OVERT RESPONDING, CONVENTIONAL AS OPPOSED TO PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION, ABILITY AND LEARNING, AND METHODOLOGICAL STUDIES. (GD)
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Authoring Institution: Illinois Univ., Urbana. Bureau of Educational Research.
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