PSYCHOLOGICAL QUESTIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION.
PITTSBURGH UNIV PA LEARNING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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The author probes into certain components of a prescriptive model for designing computer aided instruction programs. In particular several psychological questions are addressed the analysis of learning tasks and their structure, individual difference variables relative to task constraints, individualizing mechanisms, and instructional paradigms. Author
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