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Journal of Computer-Based Instruction

1984 Volume 11, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Cognitive Instructional Psychology: System Requirements and Research Methodology

    Joseph M. Scandura

    Analyzes instructional theory requirements and suggests that structural learning theories meet these requirements. Essentials of such theories are illustrated in the context of designing an... More

    pp. 32-41

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  2. Matching the Lesson to the Student: Alternative Adaptive Designs for Individualized Learning Systems

    Steven M. Ross

    Three adaptive models encompassing variations of instructional support, incentives, and context of presentations were developed and validated through eight separate studies which compared the... More

    pp. 42-48

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  3. Selection of Options by Field Independent and Dependent Children in a Computer-Based Concept Lesson

    Carol Carrier

    Describes study designed to determine whether seventh-grade students classified as field dependent or independent would respond to computer assisted instructional options in different ways. Chi... More

    pp. 49-54

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  4. Knowledge, Information, and Action: Requirements for Automated Writing Instruction

    Lawrence T. Frase

    Outlines elements of instruction--knowledge, information, action--and describes each in the context of writing instruction, reviews writing research, and uses these components of instruction to... More

    pp. 55-59

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  5. Computer Guided Instructional Design

    M David Merrill & Larry E. Wood

    Describes preliminary efforts to create the Lesson Design System, a computer-guided instructional design system written in Pascal for Apple microcomputers. Its content outline, strategy, display,... More

    pp. 60-63

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