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ERIC Number: ED018991
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Jan-14
Pages: 1
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PROGRAMED TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY.
SHAPOVALENKO, S.G.
DEVELOPMENT OF NON-MACHINE PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION ACCORDING TO STATE-SPECIFIED EDUCATIONAL GOALS AND TRADITIONAL PSYCHOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES WILL ALLOW EFFICIENT, INDEPENDENT, CONTROLLED LEARNING, BUT MUST BE USED IN COMBINATION WITH CONVENTIONAL INSTRUCTION TO FORTIFY IN PUPILS THE FEELING OF COLLECTIVISM. EXPERIMENTAL WORK WITH SEVENTH GRADE SHOWS THAT THE DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION ARE LOGICAL SEQUENCING OF THE SUBJECT MATTER, USE OF ALGORITHMS, IMMEDIATE ACHIEVEMENT TESTING, AND CONTINUOUS FEEDBACK, THUS ORGANIZING THE PUPIL'S INDEPENDENT COGNITIVE ACTIVITY THROUGH CYBERNETICS AND GIVING IT A DEFINITE SCIENTIFIC CONTENT. THIS ARTICLE WAS TRANSLATED FROM "KHIMIYA V SHHKOLE," MOSCOW, VOLUME 18, NUMBER 5, SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1963, AND IS AVAILABLE FROM THE CLEARINGHOUSE FOR FEDERAL SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION, JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE, BUILDING TEMPO E, ADAMS DRIVE, 4TH AND 6TH STREETS, S.W., WASHINGTON, D.C. 20443. (LH)
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Authoring Institution: Joint Publications Research Service, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: MOSCOW; Moscow State Pedagogical Institute (USSR); School 715 (USSR); USSR