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ERIC Number: ED064898
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Dec
Pages: 12
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Individualized Training and the Training of Individuals.
McClelland, William A.
Two current instructional research efforts relating to the problem of an individual student's learning and personal needs are reported. Characteristics of individualized instruction (e.g., terminal course objectives, remedial materials, measurement procedures), administrative constraints (e.g., fixed time, cost of equipment, lack of skilled instructors), training strategies and goals are discussed. The APSTRAT (Aptitude Strategies) research involves peer instruction and provides for self-pacing, rapid feedback, and practice. Project IMPACT is an effort to provide the U.S. Army with an effective, efficient, and economical computer-administered instructional system. (Author)
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Authoring Institution: Human Resources Research Organization, Alexandria, VA.
Identifiers: Project IMPACT
Note: Paper presented at the International Congress, International Association of Applied Psychology (17th, Liege, Belgium, July 1971)