Computer-Assisted Instruction

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  • S.L. Pressey 1933
  • Computer-Assisted Instruction
  • B.F. Skinner 1950
  • The material to be learned is broken down into simpler units called frames. Each time a student shows that he has learned the information in a frame, the student is given positive reinforcement.
  • Study Island- Math 1. A +1 point 2. B +2 points 3. C +3 points 4. D +4 points
  • I finally got a higher grade than Bob! I'm actually learning Math too!
  • 100% A+
  • Student is able to have a dialogue with the instructor on every point, which is often impossible for a class of students in a conventional setting
  • I just don't get it...I need to get extra help from Mr. Gucci online to bring my grade up. I'll email him right now.
  • Study Island - Math 1. B. -1 point 2. B. +1 point 3. D. -1 point 4. C. -1 point
  • 50% F-
  • Study Island - Math 1. A. +1 point 2. B. +2 points 3. D. -1 point 4. D. + 1 point
  • Shoot! I just barely made a B. Maybe I should e-mail Mr. Louie for extra practice online.
  • 80% B-
  • The essential concept of programmed instruction is based on operant conditioning.
  • I hope I don't lose.
  • KAHOOT
  • I'm going to win!
  • PLAY GAME
  • This will be so fun!
  • Each question or prompt buildson informatio already mastered. The computer retains (as does the student)
  • Quizlet is so convenient! I can study these flash cards on my phone.
  • Quizlet
  • I'm not really a fan of studying, but I like the games I can play.
  • She or he is reinforced constatly. Knowledge is being shaped in a systematic andf predictable way.
  • HW: - Study vocab on quizlet - make a kahoot to be tested on tomorrow
  • I love how creative these assignments are.
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