Computer-Managed Instruction: theory, application, and some key implementation issues
Korbak, Michael, Jr.
Lyons, Norman B.
Boger, Dan C.
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Use of computers in education has not materialized to the extent envisioned. In an attempt to better understand the use of computers in the educational arena, this thesis focuses on one viable application called Computer-Managed Instruction. It presents a capsulated examination of what Computer-Managed Instruction is, what it consists of, and what functions it performs. It examines some of the systems currently available to develop the flavor of actual system operation. Also, this thesis explores key student-teacher implementation issues of Computer-Managed Instruction, providing some insight into the slow acceptance and use of computers in education.
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