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Braun, Joseph A., Jr. – Social Studies, 1987
Asks three questions: (1) Are machines capable of thinking as people do? (2) How is the thinking of computers similar and different from human thinking? and (3) What exactly is thinking? Examines research in artificial intelligence. Describes the theory and research of consciousness education and discusses an emerging paradigm for human thinking…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Computers, Educational Research, Educational Technology
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Flouris, George – Social Studies, 1987
Reviews the characteristics of existing social studies software. States that instructional software must address one or more of the established goals of social studies and follow valid principles of learning. Offers a model for the development of software based on Robert Gagne's learning theory. (RKM)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computers, Educational Change, Educational Improvement