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Call for Feedback: Proposed Changes to How ERIC Indicates Peer Review
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ERIC Number: EJ272965
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1982
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Aptitude- versus Content-Treatment Interactions: Implications for Instructional Design.
Jonassen, David H.
Journal of Instructional Development, v5 n4 p15-27 Sum 1982
Critiques Aptitude-Treatment Interactions (ATI) as a major theoretical foundation for individualized instruction and argues that Content-Treatment Analysis (CTI), which assumes that no one learning treatment is appropriate for all subject content, is more appropriate. It is concluded that CTI should be given a greater role in instructional development. Cites 121 references. (JJD)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Opinion Papers; Information Analyses
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Language: English
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Identifiers: Content Treatment Analysis