The Development and Assessment of a PLATO Lesson on Curriculum Theory

Boyce, Barbara Ann; Wells, L. Janet
October 1983
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Fall1983, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p58
Academic Journal
The article looks at the development and evaluation of a Programmed Learning for Automatic Teaching Operations (PLATO) program for the use of educational technology. A review of the efficacy of Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) as of October, 1983, is provided. A set of procedures for designing, implementing, and evaluating educational technology is provided. The article discusses the application of CAI techniques to the lesson planning and curriculum development process.


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