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ERIC Number: EJ148462
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Publication Date: 1976
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What Should a Theory of Instruction Concern Itself With?
Gropper, George L.
Educational Technology, 16, 10, 7-12, Oct 76
A theory of instruction can be said to have succeeded when the applied technology it has generated can be used with consistency and is comprehensive and relevant to the range of types of learning and of types of learners with which education must deal. It is only when revision is required simply because the value or levels of appropriately selected variables have been misjudged that we can speak of an applied technology of instruction. (Author)
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