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An Analysis of the Rise and Fall of Programmed Instruction. Implications for Computer-Assisted Instruction
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Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 6, Number 1, ISSN 0162-6434

Abstract

The paper discusses similarities between programed instructional teaching machines and computer-assisted instruction. It describes research concerning programmed instruction and increased flexibility of computers and recommends research to integrate computers with more systematic planning, and with an emphasis on producing effective learning environments. (Author/CL)

Citation

Foster, C. (1983). An Analysis of the Rise and Fall of Programmed Instruction. Implications for Computer-Assisted Instruction. Journal of Special Education Technology, 6(1), 5-14. Retrieved October 16, 2019 from .

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