The Various Methods of Instruction

  • H. R. Mills
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Abstract

Instructors may be a little staggered by the ever-increasing number of innovations in methods of teaching and learning in both the hardware and software of educational technology, but we should not be depressed by the avalanche of published material on theories of learning, computerised learning, skills analysis, systems analysis in training programmes, assessment of needs, evaluation techniques etc., that has swept across the training scene in the past 15 years. In essence there has been developed a more systematic and scientific outlook on the learning process and the organisation of both the hardware and software of learning, taking into account the wide range of objectives in technical training and the needs of individual learners.

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© H. R. Mills 1977

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