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Eurit 86 : Developments in Educational Software and Courseware : Proceedings of the First European Conference on Education and Information Technology.

By: Moonen, Jef.
Contributor(s): Plomp, Tjeerd.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Kent : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014Copyright date: ©1987Description: 1 online resource (763 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483190884.Subject(s): Computer-assisted instruction -- Europe -- Congresses | Educational technology -- Europe -- Congresses | Instructional systems -- Europe -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Eurit 86 : Developments in Educational Software and Courseware : Proceedings of the First European Conference on Education and Information TechnologyDDC classification: 371.3944 LOC classification: LB1028.3.E95 1987Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Front Cover -- Eurit 86: Developments in Educational Software and Courseware -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE -- NATIONAL COORDINATION COMMITTEE -- NATIONAL ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE -- Opening Addresses -- Chapter 1. Information Technology and Education: Is the "New Girl in Town" Now Fully Accepted? -- Chapter 2. Address to the Conference -- Chapter 3. Information Technology in Education -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- EDUCATION AND TRAINING -- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CURRICULUM -- THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER -- RESOURCES AND TRAINING -- ADVANCED LEARNING -- CONCLUSION -- Chapter 4. Curricular and Implementation Aspects of the Introduction of Information Technology in Education -- BROAD CONTEXT OF THE CONFERENCE THEME -- CURRICULAR ASPECTS -- CHANGING ROLE OF TEACHERS -- IMPLEMENTATION ASPECTS -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- LITERATURE -- Part 1: Innovative Prototypes -- Chapter 5. Keynote Address: Working Within Limitations: Computer Aided Instruction and Expert Systems -- ABSTRACT -- 1. DIFFICULTIES WITH CAI/CAL -- 2. EXPERT SYSTEMS AND EXPLANATION -- 3. MODEL BASED REASONING IN EXPERT SYSTEMS -- 4. CONCLUSIONS -- 5. REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. Expert System as a Tool for Continuing Education in Medicine -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE EXPERT SYSTEM -- THE QUALITY OF INTERACTION -- THE MODEL-BASED EXPERT SYSTEM -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7. CIR: A Computer Coach for Information Retrieval -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- COACHING WITH CIR -- EFFECTS OF COACHING -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8. Integrated Learning Environments -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- REDEFINING INSTRUCTIONAL STYLES -- OBJECT-ORIENTED INFORMATION DATABASE -- INTEGRATED LEARNING WORKSTATION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES.
Chapter 9. Diagnostic Systems in Mathematical Education -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- CONVENTIONAL SCORE TESTS -- STRUCTURE OF THE DIAGNOSTIC TEST -- ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC TESTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 10. Using a Computer Program for Training the Skill of Diagnosing Errors in Addition and Subtraction -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THEORETICAL BACKGROUND -- DESCRIPTION OF THE COMPUTER PROGRAM -- METHOD -- POSTTEST RESULTS -- PROCESS RESULTS -- REVISION OF THE COMPUTER PROGRAM -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 11. Estimation and Arithmetic Strategies in Learning Multiplication Facts -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- SHORTCOMINGS OF TRADITIONAL DIDACTICS -- THREE MULTIPLICATION TASKS -- THE MICROCOMPUTER IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 12. Precollege Mathematics Software: Limitations and Potential -- 1. ABSTRACT -- 2. KEYWORDS -- 3. INTRODUCTION -- 4. LIMITATIONS OF AVAILABLE SOFTWARE -- 5. EFFECTIVENESS IN PRACTICE -- 6. THE POTENTIAL -- 7. TEACHER TRAINING -- 8. CONCLUSION -- 9. REFERENCES -- Chapter 13. Learning Foreign Languages by means of a Flexible Educational Program -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- A PILOT PROJECT FOR USING CAL IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS -- DEVELOPMENT OF A CAL PROGRAM FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGES LEARNING -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 14. Teaching Writing Skills with Computers: The Development of a Writing Aid for Secondary Education -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- SPIRIT: A SHORT INTRODUCTION -- THE DESIGN RATIONALE OF SPIRIT -- SOFTWARE FEAUTRES AS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE DESIGN RATIONALE -- FINAL REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 15. Development Stimulation in Computer Based Foreign Language Teaching -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- ON LANGUAGE AND LANGUAGE TEACHING PROPERTIES -- MODELS OF CONCEPTUAL LEYEL -- COMPUTER IN FELT -- REFERENCES.
Chapter 16. ALEXIS: Computer-assisted Feedback on Written Assignments -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- WHY ALEXIS? -- ALEXIS: HOW IT WORKS -- ALEXIS: THE RESPONSE SO FAR -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 17. A Prototype of a Computer Based Education System for Children with Initial Reading Problems -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK OF INITIAL READING -- THE PROGRAM -- RESULTS SO FAR -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 18. Monitoring Task Behavior with a Touchscreen as a Means to Train Children with Learning Deficiencies to Solve Arithmetic Word Problems -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- PROCEDURE -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 19. Computer-assisted Instruction of Component Reading Skills -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- READING PROCESS -- PURPOSE AND ASSUMPTIONS OF THE STUDY -- THE USE OF CAI -- RATIONALE FOR COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION OF COMPONENT READING SKILLS -- THE DESIGN OF A COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 20. Word Frequency in Practice Programs for Poor Readers -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- METHOD -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 21. An Electronic Aid for Practising Letter-Sound Relations -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR OUTPUT AND INPUT -- COURSEWARE REQUIREMENTS -- SOME PRELIMINARY RESULTS AND DISCUSSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 22. A Blind Student in a Regular Classroom Using a Computerized Pen-and-Paper Substitute for Writing, Reading and Drawing -- Introduction -- Starting conditions -- Computerized pen-and-paper substitute -- Fast and direct text exchange -- Writing and manipulating text -- Text preparation -- Special features in different subjects -- Conclusion -- References.
Chapter 23. Development of Software for the Physically Handicapped Child -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE NEEDS OF THE TEACHER -- CRITERIA FOR GOOD SOFTWARE FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN -- DIARY OF PROGRESS OF THE SOFTWARE PROJECT -- TIM'S PROGRAMS -- SONIA'S PROGRAMS -- ANDY'S PROGRAM -- ADVICE FROM THE ACE CENTRE -- FURTHER DISTRIBUTION OF PROGRAMS -- LESSONS LEARNT BY THE STUDENTS -- FINAL REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 24. Using Computer-based Simulation to Teach Pedestrian Safety Skills to Nonreaders -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Introduction -- The Challenge -- Development Background -- The Experimental Design -- References -- Chapter 25. Teaching Simulation: A CAL Program Based on the Simulation of Closed Queueing Networks -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE CAL PROGRAM -- APPLICATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 26. Multilingual Information Handling as a Cross Curriculum Catalyst for Furthering International Understanding -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- PREAMBLE -- INFOLINK - VIEWDATA -- DATA GATHERING AND RETRIEVAL -- UK/DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DATA LINKS -- THE ANGLO-FINNISH LINK -- UK/USA YOUNG PEOPLE'S WRITING EXCHANGE - SATELLITE COMMUNICATION -- CONCLUSION -- Chapter 27. Information Technology in the Service of a World-wide, Multi-institutional Simulation -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- DESCRIPTION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES RELATED TO ICONS -- CONTACTS -- Chapter 28. TNT: An Automated 'N' Trainer Using Synthetic Speech and Mastery Learning Pedagogy -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- SUMMATIVE EVALUATION -- THE TNT SYSTEM -- SPEECH FOR TUTORING -- ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTION -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 29. Empirical Studies Using TNT: Error Diagnosis and Coaching Strategies -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS.
INTRODUCTION -- A PRELIMINARY STUDY -- ANALYSIS OF EDITING ERRORS -- A COACHING EXPERIMENT -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 30. Computer Support of the Learning of Problem Solving: Developing a CAL Course on Mechanics Problems -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Introduction -- Steps in developing the course -- Product -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 31. Introducing the Microprocessor into the Secondary School Curriculum - a Complete Courseware Package -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY -- THE MODULAR MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEM -- THE MONITOR PROGRAM -- THE WRITTEN MATERIALS -- EVALUATION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 32. An Inexpensive System for Signal Analysis Especially Designed for Educational Purposes -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE HARDWARE -- AN APPLICATION EXAMPLE -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 33. WEP: A Workstation for Education in Programming -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THEORETICAL BACKGROUND -- ARCHITECTURE -- EXTENSION OF WEP -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 34. Cheap Local Computer Network: An Ultimate Solution for the Classroom? -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- Part 2: Design and Development Approaches -- Chapter 35. Keynote Address: Component Design Theory: Instructional Design for Courseware Authoring -- Introduction -- The Tutorial as an Instructional Model -- An Experiential Instructional Model -- Component Design Theory -- Descriptive Components and Consistency Rules of CDT -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 36. Developing CAL - The Computers in the Curriculum (CIC) Model -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE MODEL -- GUIDELINES -- ONE GROUP AND LANDSCAPES -- CIC - Outline of Proposed Unit : CONTOUR -- ISSUES -- MODEL DYNAMISM -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 37. A Methodology for the Development of Educational Software -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION.
WHY A METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH.
Summary: Eurit 86: Developments in Educational Software and Courseware provides information pertinent to innovative prototypes, design and development approaches, product evaluation, organization of production, and implementation. This book discusses the integration of information technology in education. Organized into seven parts encompassing 104 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the educational policy in relation to its response to information technology. This text then provides a brief summary of the development of courseware with emphasis on the problems encountered in implementing it in schools. Other chapters consider the use of technology in the science laboratory, which can provide useful experience with regard to its effects on the science curriculum. This book discusses as well the implementation strategies for computers in education. The final chapter deals with the economics of educational software. This book is a valuable resource for software developers, engineers, computer programmers, researchers, courseware developers, teachers, and teacher trainers.
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Front Cover -- Eurit 86: Developments in Educational Software and Courseware -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE -- NATIONAL COORDINATION COMMITTEE -- NATIONAL ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE -- Opening Addresses -- Chapter 1. Information Technology and Education: Is the "New Girl in Town" Now Fully Accepted? -- Chapter 2. Address to the Conference -- Chapter 3. Information Technology in Education -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- EDUCATION AND TRAINING -- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CURRICULUM -- THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER -- RESOURCES AND TRAINING -- ADVANCED LEARNING -- CONCLUSION -- Chapter 4. Curricular and Implementation Aspects of the Introduction of Information Technology in Education -- BROAD CONTEXT OF THE CONFERENCE THEME -- CURRICULAR ASPECTS -- CHANGING ROLE OF TEACHERS -- IMPLEMENTATION ASPECTS -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- LITERATURE -- Part 1: Innovative Prototypes -- Chapter 5. Keynote Address: Working Within Limitations: Computer Aided Instruction and Expert Systems -- ABSTRACT -- 1. DIFFICULTIES WITH CAI/CAL -- 2. EXPERT SYSTEMS AND EXPLANATION -- 3. MODEL BASED REASONING IN EXPERT SYSTEMS -- 4. CONCLUSIONS -- 5. REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. Expert System as a Tool for Continuing Education in Medicine -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE EXPERT SYSTEM -- THE QUALITY OF INTERACTION -- THE MODEL-BASED EXPERT SYSTEM -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7. CIR: A Computer Coach for Information Retrieval -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- COACHING WITH CIR -- EFFECTS OF COACHING -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8. Integrated Learning Environments -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- REDEFINING INSTRUCTIONAL STYLES -- OBJECT-ORIENTED INFORMATION DATABASE -- INTEGRATED LEARNING WORKSTATION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES.

Chapter 9. Diagnostic Systems in Mathematical Education -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- CONVENTIONAL SCORE TESTS -- STRUCTURE OF THE DIAGNOSTIC TEST -- ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC TESTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 10. Using a Computer Program for Training the Skill of Diagnosing Errors in Addition and Subtraction -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THEORETICAL BACKGROUND -- DESCRIPTION OF THE COMPUTER PROGRAM -- METHOD -- POSTTEST RESULTS -- PROCESS RESULTS -- REVISION OF THE COMPUTER PROGRAM -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 11. Estimation and Arithmetic Strategies in Learning Multiplication Facts -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- SHORTCOMINGS OF TRADITIONAL DIDACTICS -- THREE MULTIPLICATION TASKS -- THE MICROCOMPUTER IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 12. Precollege Mathematics Software: Limitations and Potential -- 1. ABSTRACT -- 2. KEYWORDS -- 3. INTRODUCTION -- 4. LIMITATIONS OF AVAILABLE SOFTWARE -- 5. EFFECTIVENESS IN PRACTICE -- 6. THE POTENTIAL -- 7. TEACHER TRAINING -- 8. CONCLUSION -- 9. REFERENCES -- Chapter 13. Learning Foreign Languages by means of a Flexible Educational Program -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- A PILOT PROJECT FOR USING CAL IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS -- DEVELOPMENT OF A CAL PROGRAM FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGES LEARNING -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 14. Teaching Writing Skills with Computers: The Development of a Writing Aid for Secondary Education -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- SPIRIT: A SHORT INTRODUCTION -- THE DESIGN RATIONALE OF SPIRIT -- SOFTWARE FEAUTRES AS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE DESIGN RATIONALE -- FINAL REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 15. Development Stimulation in Computer Based Foreign Language Teaching -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- ON LANGUAGE AND LANGUAGE TEACHING PROPERTIES -- MODELS OF CONCEPTUAL LEYEL -- COMPUTER IN FELT -- REFERENCES.

Chapter 16. ALEXIS: Computer-assisted Feedback on Written Assignments -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- WHY ALEXIS? -- ALEXIS: HOW IT WORKS -- ALEXIS: THE RESPONSE SO FAR -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 17. A Prototype of a Computer Based Education System for Children with Initial Reading Problems -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK OF INITIAL READING -- THE PROGRAM -- RESULTS SO FAR -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 18. Monitoring Task Behavior with a Touchscreen as a Means to Train Children with Learning Deficiencies to Solve Arithmetic Word Problems -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- PROCEDURE -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 19. Computer-assisted Instruction of Component Reading Skills -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- READING PROCESS -- PURPOSE AND ASSUMPTIONS OF THE STUDY -- THE USE OF CAI -- RATIONALE FOR COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION OF COMPONENT READING SKILLS -- THE DESIGN OF A COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 20. Word Frequency in Practice Programs for Poor Readers -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- METHOD -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 21. An Electronic Aid for Practising Letter-Sound Relations -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR OUTPUT AND INPUT -- COURSEWARE REQUIREMENTS -- SOME PRELIMINARY RESULTS AND DISCUSSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 22. A Blind Student in a Regular Classroom Using a Computerized Pen-and-Paper Substitute for Writing, Reading and Drawing -- Introduction -- Starting conditions -- Computerized pen-and-paper substitute -- Fast and direct text exchange -- Writing and manipulating text -- Text preparation -- Special features in different subjects -- Conclusion -- References.

Chapter 23. Development of Software for the Physically Handicapped Child -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE NEEDS OF THE TEACHER -- CRITERIA FOR GOOD SOFTWARE FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN -- DIARY OF PROGRESS OF THE SOFTWARE PROJECT -- TIM'S PROGRAMS -- SONIA'S PROGRAMS -- ANDY'S PROGRAM -- ADVICE FROM THE ACE CENTRE -- FURTHER DISTRIBUTION OF PROGRAMS -- LESSONS LEARNT BY THE STUDENTS -- FINAL REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 24. Using Computer-based Simulation to Teach Pedestrian Safety Skills to Nonreaders -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Introduction -- The Challenge -- Development Background -- The Experimental Design -- References -- Chapter 25. Teaching Simulation: A CAL Program Based on the Simulation of Closed Queueing Networks -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE CAL PROGRAM -- APPLICATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 26. Multilingual Information Handling as a Cross Curriculum Catalyst for Furthering International Understanding -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- PREAMBLE -- INFOLINK - VIEWDATA -- DATA GATHERING AND RETRIEVAL -- UK/DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DATA LINKS -- THE ANGLO-FINNISH LINK -- UK/USA YOUNG PEOPLE'S WRITING EXCHANGE - SATELLITE COMMUNICATION -- CONCLUSION -- Chapter 27. Information Technology in the Service of a World-wide, Multi-institutional Simulation -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- DESCRIPTION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES RELATED TO ICONS -- CONTACTS -- Chapter 28. TNT: An Automated 'N' Trainer Using Synthetic Speech and Mastery Learning Pedagogy -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- SUMMATIVE EVALUATION -- THE TNT SYSTEM -- SPEECH FOR TUTORING -- ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTION -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 29. Empirical Studies Using TNT: Error Diagnosis and Coaching Strategies -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS.

INTRODUCTION -- A PRELIMINARY STUDY -- ANALYSIS OF EDITING ERRORS -- A COACHING EXPERIMENT -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 30. Computer Support of the Learning of Problem Solving: Developing a CAL Course on Mechanics Problems -- Abstract -- Keywords -- Introduction -- Steps in developing the course -- Product -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 31. Introducing the Microprocessor into the Secondary School Curriculum - a Complete Courseware Package -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY -- THE MODULAR MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEM -- THE MONITOR PROGRAM -- THE WRITTEN MATERIALS -- EVALUATION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 32. An Inexpensive System for Signal Analysis Especially Designed for Educational Purposes -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE HARDWARE -- AN APPLICATION EXAMPLE -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 33. WEP: A Workstation for Education in Programming -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THEORETICAL BACKGROUND -- ARCHITECTURE -- EXTENSION OF WEP -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 34. Cheap Local Computer Network: An Ultimate Solution for the Classroom? -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- Part 2: Design and Development Approaches -- Chapter 35. Keynote Address: Component Design Theory: Instructional Design for Courseware Authoring -- Introduction -- The Tutorial as an Instructional Model -- An Experiential Instructional Model -- Component Design Theory -- Descriptive Components and Consistency Rules of CDT -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 36. Developing CAL - The Computers in the Curriculum (CIC) Model -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE MODEL -- GUIDELINES -- ONE GROUP AND LANDSCAPES -- CIC - Outline of Proposed Unit : CONTOUR -- ISSUES -- MODEL DYNAMISM -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 37. A Methodology for the Development of Educational Software -- ABSTRACT -- KEYWORDS -- INTRODUCTION.

WHY A METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH.

Eurit 86: Developments in Educational Software and Courseware provides information pertinent to innovative prototypes, design and development approaches, product evaluation, organization of production, and implementation. This book discusses the integration of information technology in education. Organized into seven parts encompassing 104 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the educational policy in relation to its response to information technology. This text then provides a brief summary of the development of courseware with emphasis on the problems encountered in implementing it in schools. Other chapters consider the use of technology in the science laboratory, which can provide useful experience with regard to its effects on the science curriculum. This book discusses as well the implementation strategies for computers in education. The final chapter deals with the economics of educational software. This book is a valuable resource for software developers, engineers, computer programmers, researchers, courseware developers, teachers, and teacher trainers.

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