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Programmed Learning: Types of Programmed Behavior

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Types of Programmed Behavior

Linear Programming

  • Linear programming involves simple systematic procedure. There is a single set of material and students works from one problem to the next until the end of the program. It was propounded by Skinner. In this, the student proceeds in straight line through fixed set of items. It involves breaking information in small steps. In addition material is arranged in order, responses are controlled by programmer, emphasis is placed on learner to respond to each and every frame and can immediately comp

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Programmed Learning: Example and Advantages of Programmed Learning

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Example of Programmed Learning

Daily oral language and the Saxon method, a math program, are specific implementations of programmed instruction, which have an emphasis on repetition.

Advantages of Programmed Instructions

  • Learning foreign languages requires drill in spelling and factual information and can be best taught in this way
  • Teachers being free from classroom responsibility can devote more time to think independently
  • Deals with the social and emotional problems effectively especially in the West
  • Caters to individual needs by individualized instructions
  • Helps teacher to clearly diagnose needs and problems of individual learner
  • Learning becomes int

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