COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION (CAI).
HARVARD COMPUTING CENTER CAMBRIDGE MASS
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The purposes of CAI are described. Five modes of use are described problem solving drill and practice simulation and gaming tutorial instruction and author. The multi-media character of CAI is described. A model of CAI is developed it is the idiographic contingency model ICM. The model treats instruction as a multiple decision process. The first is the pretutorial the second is the tutorial process the third process is concerned with maintaining or changing the teaching program by altering the teaching strategy logic. Implications for curriculum planning, man-machine relations, operation and assessment and evaluation are discussed. Author
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