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ERIC Number: ED042335
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Jun
Pages: 1196
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Designing More Effective College Instruction. Book 1: Introduction, User's Guide, Unit 1: Stating Goals, Unit 2.: Moving Toward Measurement, Unit 3: Measurement; Book 2: Unit 4: Solutions, Readings; Book 3: Unit 5: Programmed Instruction; Book 4: Workbook; Book 5: Final Report. Prototype Edition.
Geis, George L.; And Others
The prototype of an in-service, self-instructional course for college level teachers was developed during this two year project. The curriculum of the course is covered in four volumes; an additional volume gives a final report on the project itself. The course covers the techniques of defining and stating instructional goals; measuring and testing the effectiveness of instructional methods and materials; developing solutions to instructional problems; and writing, trying out, and revising both programed testing and teaching material. A set of relevant readings and bibliographies is provided along with a workbook. The curriculum emphasizes the needs for empirical development of instructional materials and advocates the iterative process of write-test-revise in order to efficiently and effectively reach intended goals. (JY)
Center for Research on Learning & Teaching, 1315 Hill Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
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Sponsor: ESSO Education Foundation, New York, NY.
Authoring Institution: Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Center for Research on Learning and Teaching.
Note: Book 1, 196p.; Book 2, 140 p.; Book 3, 260p.; Book 4, 28p.; Book 5, 28p