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ERIC Number: ED251061
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984-Jun
Pages: 108
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
AMTEC '84 ... A Kaleidoscope of Media. Papers and Workshops (London, Ontario, June 17-20, 1984).
Everest, Kenneth, Ed.
This collection includes 16 conference papers and presentations and brief descriptions of 35 workshops and demonstrations. The document contains the following papers: (1) "Visual Literacy in the Elementary Grades" (David J. Bieman); (2) "Inservice Training for Sheridan's Audio Visual Staff" (Dave MacDougall); (3) "Auditorium Performance Criteria," with 16 charts and diagrams (Alan J. Powell), (4) "Do the 'Computer in the Classroom' Courses Change Teachers to Do a Better Job in the Classroom?" (Ray H. Topp); (5) "The State of the Art in the Use of Microcomputers in Elementary Education 1984" (Ray H. Topp); (6) "Robotics, Computers, Automation & You!" (Donald E. Coulman); (7) "Control Strategies and Image Placement Conditions in a Computer-Assisted Instructional Unit" (Robert M. Bernard and Claude Pineault); (8) "Naturalistic Evaluation in Action" (Mary F. Kennedy); (9) "Educational Media and Technology as a Social Inquiry: Teaching Instructional Communication as Social Science" (Stuart A. Selby); (10) "Introduction to the Production Process"; (11) "Television: A Distorted View" (Patricia A. Dolan Lewis, Richard F. Lewis); (12) "Educational Technology: Art or Science?" (Denis Hlynka); (13) "Duet: From a Pilot to a Reality"; (14) "The Role of Television in the Lives of Gifted Students" (D. J. Engel); (15) "Television Stereotypes as Role Models for North American Youth" (Nan-MacLeod-Engel); and (16) "The Brain and Educational Technology" (James J. La Follette). (LMM)
Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada, 1137 Western Road, London, Ontario, Canada N6G 1G7 ($5.00, Canadian, per copy).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Researchers
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada, London (Ontario).
Identifiers: Canada