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T.H.E. Journal

March 1980 Volume 7, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. How to Use Both Audio Channels on Video Cassette Recorders

    Robert A. Senour & Lloyd Campbell

    Videotape cassettes have two audio channels which makes possible a wide variety of new instructional techniques. Instructors can put running commentary/critiques on tapes of student counselor... More

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  2. Humanistic Technology: Toward A Renaissance for Education

    D Thomas King

    The current group-oriented educational system provides education for all, but not for each. Computer-based education, properly used, can give each student a chance to develop fully, but a great... More

    pp. 30-32

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  3. Computer Assisted Skills Assessment in the Secondary Math Curriculum

    Mark S. Schneider

    Using a microcomputer to test high school mathematics students for areas of weakness can save teachers' time, eliminate paperwork, and make testing enjoyable for the students. Results are... More

    pp. 34-35

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  4. Federal Policy Issues Affecting Instructional Television at the Postsecondary Level

    Michael B. Goldstein

    There is a conspicuous absence of federal policies dealing with instructional television. Financial programs have had a bias against televised courses or been greatly underfunded. (Author/TG) More

    pp. 38-41

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  5. Technical Systems for Academic Computing

    Nellouise Watkins

    Numerous studies clearly indicate that Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) is a successful teaching technique; students respond favorably and it saves learning time. A computer center director... More

    pp. 42-43

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