programmed learning


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programmed learning

n
(Education) a teaching method in which the material to be learnt is broken down into easily understandable parts on which the pupil is able to test himself
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programmed learning

[ˌprəʊgræmdˈlɜːnɪŋ] napprendimento graduale
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MatchTime[TM] Software features a programmed learning approach for students who struggle with time concepts.
This textbook employs a programmed learning approach that makes it suitable for classroom or individual study, say Sanderg and Wendel,and may be used before, concurrently with, or after a course in aural-oral German but need not be.
I personally think that programmed learning could help, but providing this doesn't appear to be anywhere on the political horizon.
The application of psychology and technology are used in the learning process while we use programmed learning modules.

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