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Last week I was reading a blog that discussed different teaching methodologies. One of those methods was Programmed Instruction (PI), a method that was developed by B.F. Skinner. PI dates back to the 1950s when Skinner developed his Teaching Machine. … Continue reading
Posted in Instructional Design, Learner Behavior Tagged Applied behavior analysis, B.F. Skinner, Behavior Analysis, Columbia University, Education, Fred Keller, fred s keller, Ichabod Crane, Mastery learning, Morse code, personalized system of instruction, PI, programmed instruction, PSI, Signal Corps, World War II 3 Comments
Three Terrible Truths about Teachers, Exposed!
Something’s been bugging me lately…and at 5:00 this morning I woke up realizing what it is. It’s not really something that I didn’t know…sadly I’ve had many opportunities to observe it firsthand. So here’s what it is: Education Technology companies … Continue reading