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ERIC Number: ED375182
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993-Aug
Pages: 12
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Instructional Design Applications in the Teaching of Psychology.
Hymel, Glenn M.
Carroll's (1963) model of school learning and Bloom's (1968) mastery learning both address theoretical and practical aspects of the time factor in school learning via an appeal to diagnostic-prescriptive teaching. The design of instructional environments and materials--particularly as advocated by Glaser (1976)--represents the mechanism to bring to fruition the work of Carroll and Bloom. This paper suggests a systems-based approach to designing an instructional unit that (1) accommodates the earlier efforts of Carroll, Bloom, and Glaser, (2) focuses on the preparatory, delivery, and evaluative tasks of instruction, and (3) has applications in virtually every part of the psychology curriculum. (Contains 22 references and three figures). (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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