One of the inventions of B. F. Skinner was a way of structuring curricula that he called "Programmed Learning". First, watch the following short video from the late 1950s on Teaching Machines:
Obviously, computers have come a very long way since Skinner's "Teaching Machines". Yet computerized instruction based on the sort of question/answer paradigm we see here is still not very common. Think back on your learning experiences. Can you think of places where this approach would be useful? Places where it would be not as useful? What makes the difference?
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