Volume 5, Issue 3, Summer 1957

ISSN: 1042-1629 (Print) 1556-6501 (Online)

In this issue (17 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Foreword

    William H. Allen Pages 1-2
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Introduction

    Pages 3-4
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Cultural lag

    Pages 5-6
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Building schools for the past or the future?

    Pages 7-10
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Better educational films

    Pages 11-20
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Difficulties in procuring existing material

    Pages 21-25
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Integration of graphic material with the textbook

    Pages 26-29
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Acute curriculum problems

    Pages 30-34
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    The teacher

    Pages 35-46
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Practical demonstrations of effectiveness

    Pages 47-50
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    Barriers to Optimum Use and Suggestions for Overcoming Them

    Securing support from a wider audience

    Pages 51-58
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    Scientific Principles for Maximum Learning from Motion Pictures

    Need for research guided by theoretical analysis

    Pages 61-63
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    Scientific Principles for Maximum Learning from Motion Pictures

    Drive: The student must want something

    Pages 64-75
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    Scientific Principles for Maximum Learning from Motion Pictures

    Cue: The student must notice something

    Pages 76-88
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    Scientific Principles for Maximum Learning from Motion Pictures

    Response: The student must do something

    Pages 89-97
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    Scientific Principles for Maximum Learning from Motion Pictures

    Reward: The student must get something he wants

    Pages 98-103
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    Scientific Principles for Maximum Learning from Motion Pictures

    Problems involving a number of factors

    Pages 104-117