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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1977 Volume 6, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. CBE Technology, Non-Traditional Learning and University System Development Specialist: An Approach to Change

    John McBrayer

    Reviews a system approach to change in order to focus on interesting developmental techniques for multi-university system improvement. The specific change discussed is translation of existing... More

    pp. 177-85

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  2. Competency-Determined Curriculum as an Instructional Technology

    Thomas E. Cyrs

    Discusses the impact of competency-based approaches on curriculum design in the health sciences. Student assessment is viewed as the locus of competency based approaches from which curriculum... More

    pp. 187-200

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  3. Why Johnny Can't Pass: An Explainability Program

    Gerald H. Elgarten

    Describes a program that makes a teacher accountable for students' failures. A prototype system for diagnosis, prescription, implementation, and collection of feedback is being tested in three high... More

    pp. 201-7

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  4. The Effects of Student Formative Evaluation of Instruction on Teacher Behavior

    Thomas M. Sherman

    Reports an experiment to find out if formative student feedback is effective in improving teaching. Results indicated that this was true when the feedback contained specific enough information... More

    pp. 209-17

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  5. Interactive Computer-Assisted Testing: A Feasibility Study

    Glenn F. Cartwright & Jeffrey L. Derevensky

    Describes a study which investigated the feasibility of interactive computer assisted testing (ICAT) as an effective instructional method and its effects on attitudes towards computer assisted... More

    pp. 219-28

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