Eurit 86: Developments in Educational Software and Courseware - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080326931, 9781483190884

Eurit 86: Developments in Educational Software and Courseware

1st Edition

Proceedings of the First European Conference on Education and Information Technology

Editors: Jef Moonen Tjeerd Plomp
eBook ISBN: 9781483190884
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1987
Page Count: 762
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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.

Table of Contents

Opening Addresses Information Technology and Education: Is the "New Girl in Town" Now Fully Accepted? Address to the Conference Information Technology in Education Curricular and Implementation Aspects of the Introduction of Information Technology in Education Subthemes, Subject Areas and Papers

  1. Innovative Prototypes Keynote Address: Working within Limitations: Computer Aided Instruction and Expert Systems (a) Intelligent Tutoring and Expert Systems (b) Arithmetic and Mathematics (c) (Foreign) Language Teaching (d) Special Education (e) Learning Environments
  2. Design and Development Approaches Keynote Address: Component Design Theory: Instructional Design for Courseware Authoring (a) Courseware Development Models and Authoring Tools (b) Instructional Design Research
  3. Organization of Production Keynote Address: Organization for Educational Software Production in Scotland (a) Courseware Development in Practice (b) Interactive Video
  4. Product Evaluation Keynote Address: Educational Microcomputer Software Evaluation: Its Challenge and Its Uniqueness (a) Research in Computer-Based Education (b) Evaluation in Software Development
  5. Implementation Keynote Address: Psychological and Pedagogical Considerations in Relation to Implementation of Educational Software (a) National Plans and Projects (b) Teaching Programming (c) Logo (d) Introducing CAL and IT in Classroom
  6. Workshops/Round Table/Demonstrations Workshops Workshops Creating Effective CBI Screens Courseware Development Using a Driver System Ecological Integration of Educational Microcomputers Round Table Sources of Conceptual Dissonance in Software Production Demonstrations Development of Courseware for Training in Social Research Methods Macthesis: A Des


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About the Editor

Jef Moonen

Tjeerd Plomp

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Twente, The Netherlands

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