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ERIC Number: ED073633
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-Sep-11
Pages: 450
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Concept Area One Objectives (Rev), Test Items (Rev), and Instructional Events. Economic Analysis Course. Segments 1 - 16.
Sterling Inst., Washington, DC. Educational Technology Center.
A multimedia course in economic analysis was prepared and used in conjunction with the United States Naval Academy. (See ED 043 790 and ED 043 791 for final reports of the project evaluation and the development model.) This report presents the first concept area--basic principles--in 24 segments, of which eight are "enrichment segments." The segments present information and cover such areas as course orientation; pretests; counseling, prescriptions, and individual interviews; methodology of economics; theories, fallacies, and other conceptual problems; scarcity and production possibilities; production possibilities and applications; specialization; specialization and trade; market demand; market supply; market equilibria; posttests; a spectrum of economic systems; decision makers and linkages; the circular flow; linkages as an economic system; and economic flow as a regional problem. Included for each segment are behavioral objectives, hierarchy charts, at least three test items per objective, assembled segment tests, pretests, posttests, and unit tests, and all instructional events. (EM 010 787 through EM 010 823 are related documents.) (SH)
Educational Technology Center/Sterling Institute, The Watergate, 2600 Virginia Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037 (no price quoted)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Div. of Comprehensive and Vocational Education Research.; Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.
Authoring Institution: Sterling Inst., Washington, DC. Educational Technology Center.