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ERIC Number: ED019818
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-May
Pages: 1
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NEW LEARNING TECHNIQUES VIA AUDIO-VISUAL MEDIA.
CROSSMAN, DAVID M.
IN EDUCATION, ONE OF THE MOST ENCOURAGING DEVELOPMENTS IS AN INCREASED AWARENESS IN THE CRITICAL NATURE OF GOOD COMMUNICATION. THIS ARTICLE DISCUSSES THE SYSTEMS APPROACH IN DEVELOPING LEARNING TECHNIQUES WITH AUDIOVISUAL MEDIA. A SYSTEM MAY BE DEFINED AS THE STRUCTURE OR ORGANIZATION OF AN ORDERLY WHOLE, CLEARLY SHOWING THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF THE PARTS TO EACH OTHER AND TO THE WHOLE ITSELF. THIS APPROACH IS DISCUSSED WITH REFERENCE TO THE FOLLOWING--(1) SYSTEMS FOR LARGE GROUP INSTRUCTION, AND (2) SYSTEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL STUDY. ELECTRONIC STUDY CARRELS, STANDARD DIAL TELEPHONES, AND THE COMPUTER ARE BRIEFLY DISCUSSED AS POSSIBLE MEDIA TO USE IN THIS SYSTEMS APPROACH. THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN THE MAY, 1966 ISSUE OF AMERICAN SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY. COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED BY WRITING THE EDITOR, BUTTENHEIM PUBLISHING CORPORATION, 757 THIRD AVENUE, NEW YORK, N. Y. 10017. (RH)
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