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ERIC Number: ED143371
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Apr
Pages: 17
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Reference Count: 0
Intelligent Instructional Systems in Military Training.
Fletcher, J.D.; Zdybel, Frank
Intelligent instructional systems can be distinguished from more conventional approaches by the automation of instructional interaction and choice of strategy. This approach promises to reduce the costs of instructional materials preparation and to increase the adaptability and individualization of the instruction delivered. Tutorial simulation and tutorial dialogue capabilities require a computer to: (1) generate problem statements and solutions; (2) determine efficient sequences; and (3) simulate a variety of situations encountered on the job. These enable students to: (1) test their own hypotheses concerning the subject matter; (2) probe for information at different levels of difficulty and abstraction; (3) acquire wide experience in minimum time; (4) obtain instructional material generated for their unique abilities and needs; (5) receive instructional aids for partially completed solutions; and (6) receive reviews and critiques of completed problem solutions. Description of the Welfare Effectiveness Simulation (WES) in military training, directions for development of intelligent instructional systems, and references are included. (Author/KP)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (New York, New York, April 1977)