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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1984 Volume 12, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Design and Development of Training Devices/Systems for Emerging Military Tactical Systems

    Karen R. Lawson

    A method for defining alternative training approaches is discussed, including the application of new technology and the use/modification of existing training devices. The problem of evaluating the ... More

    pp. 319-26

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  2. Curriculum Theory Reconsidered: Strategic Planning and Organizational Training

    William J. Rothwell

    Introduces and defines strategic planning in organizational training, describes four current schools of curriculum theory--subject-centered, experience-centered, objectives-centered, and... More

    pp. 327-36

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  3. Needs Assessment and the Problem-Solving Process

    Trish Delamere

    Identifies six needs assessment procedures applied in educational and other organizations, provides examples of how each is used, and discusses the relationship of needs assessment to problem... More

    pp. 337-46

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  4. Training Students to Conduct Instructional Systems Research

    Robert A. Reiser

    Describes four research courses developed by the instructional systems faculty at the University of Florida which are designed to prepare doctoral students to plan and conduct high quality... More

    pp. 347-56

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  5. The Florida Study: Improvement in Student Achievement and Attitudes through Variations in Instructional Television Production Values

    Jon D. Morris

    Describes a study which compared the achievement of undergraduate economics students receiving instruction by two different television presentations, one depicting an instructor using a chalkboard,... More

    pp. 357-68

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