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ERIC Number: ED066018
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Apr
Pages: 18
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Applying Computers and Educational Technology to Individually Prescribed Instruction.
Becker, James W.; Scanlon, Robert G.
Research for Better Schools, Inc. (RBS) has three major components in its individualized learning program--Individually Prescribed Instruction (IPI), Automated Learning Management System (ALMS), and computer assisted instruction (CAI). IPI is an instructional system based on a specific set of educational objectives and has correlated to these objectives diagnostic instruments, teaching materials, and methods. The initial objectives of ALMS is to provide classroom management information for the teacher on the individual learning procedures for the individual student. In cooperation with the Philadelphia school district RBS has been attempting to adapt IPI mathematics materials to CAI. (JY)
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Identifiers: Automated Instructional Management Systems; Individually Prescribed Instruction
Note: Paper presented at the Eastern Regional Conference on Science and Technology (Boston, Massachusetts, April 2-3, 1970)