The Computer and Education

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Educational Technology, 1973 - Computer-assisted instruction - 170 pages
This title covers the main features of the new Excel 2000. Each is discussed and described in a series of one hour lessons, with examples, questions and exercises to provide a working understanding of this tool.'
 

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Contents

Toward Agreement on Terminology
1
Distinctions Between CAI and CMI Systems
6
Some Detours and Alternate Routes Leading to LargeScale Exemplary Uses of CAI
8
An Overview of CAI
11
Critical Issues in ComputerBased Learning
14
What Is Computer Assisted Instruction?
19
The Computer and Education
21
Machine As Tutor
27
Teacher Behavior in CAI Classrooms
104
Computers as Substitute Counselors
107
Is CAI CostEffective? The Right Question at the Wrong Time
111
COMPUTER SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES
114
Selection Criteria for Computer System Adoption
118
NonCAI Instruction Using Computers and NonInstructional Uses of CAI Computers
123
Conflict Between Theory and Practice
126
Computer Management of Information and Structure in ComputerSupported Instructional Materials
131

Interesting But How Relevant?
35
Twenty Things to Do with a Computer
40
The Cost of Computer Assisted Instruction
50
A Summary of Support
52
Associative Learning Project in Computer Assisted Instruction
56
An Audiographic Repository of Knowledge for Conversational Learning
63
Promising Developments in Computer Assisted Instruction
69
Instructional Programming Languages
78
Computer Support of Instruction and Student Services in a College or University
81
Computer Management of Instructional Resources
84
Some Computer Economics in Education
87
A Review of Developments in Computer Assisted Instruction
90
Straight Talk About Computer Information Systems
98
The Spectrum of Computing
134
The Computer and Management Information in EducationRelated Organizations
138
The Role of Public Schools in Computer Assisted Instruction
141
Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction on Childrens Behavior
147
A Pragmatic Approach in the School
151
The Free Resource Computer and the Junior College
154
An Instructional System for Computer Assisted Instruction on a General Purpose Computer
158
Using a Small Computer in the College Mathematics Curriculum
161
Computer Justified Decisions in Education
163
Sources of Information on Computer Assisted Instruction
165
Why CAI Must Fail
168
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