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uses of PLATO, a computer-controlled teaching system.

Donald Lester Bitzer

uses of PLATO, a computer-controlled teaching system.

by Donald Lester Bitzer

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Published by Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois in Urbana, Ill .
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    Subjects:
  • Computer-assisted instruction.,
  • Teaching machines.

  • Edition Notes

    This document can be accessed at: http://www.ideals.illinois.edu/handle/2142/1760

    SeriesReport -- no. R-268, Report (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. coordinated Science Laboratory) -- no. R-268.
    ContributionsEasley, J. A., Lyman, Elisabeth R., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Coordinated Science Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 leaves :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19739530M

    Bitzer, Donald, Elisabth R. Lyman, and John A. Easley, “The Uses of PLATO: A Computer Controlled Teaching System”, H. Goldhor ed. in Proceedings of the Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing, (Urbana, IL: Graduate School of Library Science, ),   PLATO was a computer-based training network, whose system provided access to a central library of courses. As computer technology evolved, so did computer-based learning. Today, the Computer-Based Instruction model is used by myriad of learning programs throughout the world.

    This issue presents an overview of research in computer-based language instruction using the PLATO IV computer system. The following articles are presented: (1) "Language Study and the PLATO system," by R. Hart; (2) "Reflections on the Use of Computers in Second-Language Acquisition," by F. Marty; (3) "Computer-Based Instruction in Elementary Hindi," by Y. Kachru and others; (4) "A Computer. This Technical Paper focuses on the new PLATO[R] reading curricula which represent an innovation in the computer-based teaching of basic reading skills and advanced reading comprehension strategies for adults and young adults in secondary and postsecondary academic settings, as .

      Thanks to Plato’s influence, the church adopted lots of heathen superstitions like the immortality of the soul (in stark contrast with 1 Timothy ) and eternal torment for the lost (in contrast to Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles, who speaks nothing of hell except to say that it will be destroyed — 1 Corinthians 15; Jesus uses the word Hades just as Old Testament authors used the word. Science 23 Apr Vol. , Issue , pp. DOI: /science


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Uses of PLATO, a computer-controlled teaching system by Donald Lester Bitzer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Automatic teaching system called PLATO In order to explore the possibili- ties of automation In Individual Instruction. The PLATO system utilizes a high speed digital computer as the central control element for teaching a number of students simultaneously, while still allowing each student to proceed through the lesson material Independently.

Abstract: The use of a high-speed digital computer as a central control element provides great flexibility in an automatic teaching system.

Using a computer-based system like PLATO permits versatility in teaching logics, since changing the type of teacher merely requires changing the computer program but not the hardware.

Usinga computer-basedsystem like PLATO permits versatilityin teaching logics, sincechanging the type of teacher merely requires changing the computerprogram butnotthe hardware. PLATO (Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations) was the first generalized computer-assisted instruction system.

Starting init ran on the University of Illinois' ILLIAC I computer. By the late s, it supported several thousand graphics terminals distributed worldwide, running on nearly a dozen different networked mainframe computers.

PLATO and TICCIT (Time-sh ared, Interactive, Computer-Controlled Inform ation Telev ision), designed to demonstrate the effi cacy of teaching with the help of computers.

Neither project. PLATO, in full Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations, computer -based education system created in by Donald L. Bitzer at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). In addition to being used successfully as a teaching a computer-controlled teaching system.

book, PLATO also spawned one of the first successful online communities. He was also Plato's teacher, and we know of Socrates chiefly through Plato's dialogues. Much scholastic debate a computer-controlled teaching system.

book the possibility of separating their views (Blackburn,p. PLATO (Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations) was the first generalized computer assisted instruction system.

Starting init ran on the University of Illinois' ILLIAC I computer. By the late s, it supported several thousand graphics terminals distributed worldwide, running on nearly a dozen different networked mainframe computers.

concept, but Plato instead introduces a system of education that aims to create the most useful theory for the utilitarian and slightly totalitarian polis.

Aristotle’s Educational System. The whole book is written in a very clear language without being overburdened by philosophic terminology - when such terms are necessary, they are explained in a very clear way.

Only someone who has a very firm grasp of his subject can produce such a readable book - in my opinion an absolute s: 3.

Republic, Book 1 Gorgias Meno Euthydemus Hippias I and II Cratylas Symposium Phaedo Republic, Books Timaeus Laws As has already been pointed out, Plato uses Socrates as the main interlocutor in his dialogues. The specific way that Plato makes use of the character of Socrates varies some-what during the different periods in which Plato wrote.

Plato’s Scheme of Education. Plato in his famous book “The Republic” has suggested appropriate kind of education for the ruling and the military classes of community, but he does not mention anything about the education of the industrial class.

Plato prescribes a general type of Greek education for both the military and governing classes. Each class is designed to perform a particular role in the society and Plato’s education system was designed to provide them a different type of education for their job. These classifications basically adopted from Pythagoras proposal of three class three soul; where every human has three qualities Rational, Spirit, and Appetite.

Plato, one of Socrates's students, taught by writing dialogues in which teachers asked this so-called dialectic method, a teacher asks questions that help students define terms. Educational Uses of the PLATO Computer System.

Describes the PLATO computer-based teaching system that provides individualized instruction to many students simultaneously. Includes examples of PLATO lessons and costs of implementation. (MLH). Plato trusts that, most of the evils in the society can be removed by providing education and he asserted that it is a spiritual medicine.

Plato gave significance to education and connected to his ideal state, and gave prominence to his second book of Republic. Plato believed that knowledge is virtue and it is the duty of sate to provide knowledge. Introduction. I first started reading “The Republic” and other Plato’s dialogues when I was a teenager.

The edition I read was the “Great Dialogues of Plato”, translated by W.H.D. Rouse. The moment I picked up the thick and wordy book, I was hooked. Plato was a Greek philosopher born between – BC. His teacher was Socrates, a great philosopher himself.

One of the most famous works of Plato is known as ‘The Republic’.The book. brought to your by PLATO – Philosophy Teaching and Learning Organization Questions is PLATO’s annual journal, which publishes work by young people and by adults working with young people; it provides a unique forum for the philosophical questions – and answers –.

Plato makes strong connections between the character of the city and the character of the soul. It is these lessons which Plato’s philosophy can, and is, still teaching us today. In Thrasymachus, Plato sets out five types of regime: aristocracy, timocracy, oligarchy, democracy, and tyranny.

PLATO is an example of an online learning option outside of the realms of traditional schooling. High school students can remain in school and earn the credits necessary for graduation. The PLATO classroom offers self-paced courses which students can work on completing both inside of the school and at home.Plato and Play Taking Education Seriously in Ancient Greece s Armand D’Angour In this article, the author outlines Plato’s notions of play in ancient Greek culture and shows how the philosopher’s views on play can be best appreciated against the background of shifting meanings and evaluations of play in classical Greece.Plato on education.

In these early dialogues we see the use of the so called Socratic method. This is a question and answer form of arguing with an ‘expert’ on one side and a ‘searcher’ on the other. In the dialogues, the questioning of the expert by the ‘searcher’ often exposes gaps in .