PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION IN MATHEMATICS

Authors

  • Raghavendra Pudathu Lecturer in Pedagogy of Mathematics, Education, MNR Teacher Education College (B.Ed.), Kukatpally, Hyderabad, Telangana, India - 500072

Abstract

Programmed instruction is a teaching technique which developed as a result of the application of the scientific method to the teaching learning process. It is a method which uses highly structural materials which take the place of a teacher for the learner. The materials are designed carefully and are thoroughly evaluated for effectiveness.

References

Espwich J and William B. “ Developing programmed instructional materials “ publishing by Pitman & sons.

Goodman “ Programmed learning and teaching machines” published by University press, London.

Lysaught J.P “ A guide to Programmed Instructioon “ published by Wiley.

Markle S. M “ Good frames and Bad” published by willey

Mager K.F. “Preparing instructional objectives” Published by fearon publishers

Pipe P.” Practical Programming “ published by Winston

Rowntree “ Basically Branching –A hand book for programming” published by Macdonald.

A journal on “ Programmed learning and educational technology”

A Journal on “visual Education”

Additional Files

Published

15-11-2017

How to Cite

Raghavendra Pudathu. (2017). PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION IN MATHEMATICS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(11). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1419