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ERIC Number: ED018187
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961
Pages: 8
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WHAT RESEARCH SAYS ABOUT PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTION.
Baltimore County Board of Education, Towson, MD. Office of Research and Planning.
"PROGRAMING" IN THIS DISCUSSION REFERS TO THE PROCESS OF PLANNING AND ORGANIZING LEARNING ACTIVITIES, REGARDLESS OF THE MEDIUM TO BE USED. RESEARCH IN PROGRAMING INSTRUCTION SUGGESTS THAT TEACHERS SHOULD (1) AVOID OVERLOADING HIGH ABILITY STUDENTS, (2) AVOID UNDERLOADING AVERAGE AND LOW ABILITY STUDENTS, (3) PLAN THEIR TEACHING AROUND THE EXPECTED STUDENT RESPONSE, (4) EXPECT LEARNER RESPONSES APPROPRIATE TO THEIR BACKGROUND, (5) DEVELOP SKILLS FIRST, TO BE FOLLOWED BY THEIR USE IN MEANINGFUL SITUATIONS, (6) INVOLVE LEARNERS IN MEANINGFUL ACTIVITIES APPROPRIATE TO THE LEARNING TASK, (7) CONSIDER INTELLIGENCE AS ONLY ONE OF A COMPLEX OF FACTORS INFLUENCING THE LEVEL AND PACE OF LEARNING, (8) AVOID TAKING IT FOR GRANTED THAT WHAT IS OBVIOUS TO THE TEACHER IS OBVIOUS TO THE LEARNER, (9) STRIVE TO KEEP INSTRUCTION ORDERLY, COHERENT, ARTICULATED, AND MEANINGFUL, AND (10) CONSTANTLY EVALUATE THE TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TEACHER AND LEARNER. (AUTHOR/WO)
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Authoring Institution: Baltimore County Board of Education, Towson, MD. Office of Research and Planning.
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