RESEARCH ON THE DESIGN OF ADAPTIVE TEACHING SYSTEMS WITH A CAPABILITY FOR SELECTING AND ALTERING CRITERIA FOR ADAPTATION.
Annual technical summary rept. no. 3, 1 Apr 62-31 Mar 63,
SYSTEM RESEARCH LTD RICHMOND (ENGLAND)
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Part I describes some results obtained from the further analysis of data from the adaptively stabilized group instruction system that suggests a number of algorithms for the control of group teaching systems whether or not they are adaptively stabilized. Part II describes the background philosophy of the individual adaptive teaching systems. A pair of systems are considered in detail. One of these was realized as a physical device and is in use. The other has been built but its design is being modified. Finally there is a brief discussion of the research in progress, using these machines, and of various hypotheses that have been advanced concerning the structure of different skills and its influence upon their acquisition. Author
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