ON THE USE OF UNIVERSAL ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS FOR PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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A discussion is given of certain results of experimental application of digital computers to programmed learning and the principles of constructing teaching systems. Three models of the teaching process are presented parallel, sequential, and branching. A block diagram is given for a training system using an electronic computer, and use of the Ural-1 machine with ST-35 instruments as inputs is discussed for teaching translation from German to Russian and design of radio receivers. Use of multipurpose computers UMShN Universalnaya Mashina Shirokogo Naznacheniya with automatic film viewers as output devices for study of radiotechnical circuits is described.
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