Designed to Serve Educators a Others Interested in the Development of Instructional Materials for Microcomputers. Presents Principles a Strategies for Computer Lesson Design a Describes Architecture, Characteristics a Limitations of Classroom Micros.For example, the computer can utilize randomly-chosen questions from a bank of questions to produce unique, but parallel, tests for a class. ... This program allows the teacher to type into the program up to 40 multiple-choice questions with four answer options per question. ... At the end of a testing period, the teacher can then request the computer to present him or her with the list of scores, showing howanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Well-trained Computer|
|Author||:||Mynga K. Futrell, Paul Geisert|
|Publisher||:||Educational Technology - 1984|