Frame games,10.1002/pfi.4180171008,Nspi Journal,Harold D. Stolovitch

Frame games   (Citations: 8)
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Journal: Nspi Journal , vol. 17, no. 10, pp. 8-10, 1978
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    • ...These contributions include Tiemann and Markles instructional content analysis (Markle & Droege, 1980; Tiemann & Markle, 1990); Engelmann and Carnines analysis of curriculum and instruction (Engelmann & Carnine, 1982; Carnine, 1991); Keller and Shermans personalized system of instruction (Keller, 1968; Sherman, Ruskin, & Semb, 1982); Lindsleys (1972, 1990, 1991) standard celeration measurement methodology and precision teaching; Haughtons (1972, 1980) fluency concept, and tool skill and channel set analyses for establishing component-skill objectives and fluency aims; Goldiamonds (1975, 1979, 1984) nonlinear contingency analysis; Johnsons (1991, 1992b) precision placement procedures and synthesis of direct instruction, precision teaching, and fluency-building technologies; Chases analysis of the use of rules to increase as well as restrict response variability (Chase & Danforth, 1991; Joyce & Chase, 1990); Epstein and Skinners principle of resurgence (Epstein, 1983; Epstein & Skinner, 1980); Epsteins research in generativity theory (Epstein, 1985, 1990, 1991; Epstein, Kirshnit, Lanza, & Rubin, 1984; Epstein & Medali, 1983); Andronis and Layngs formulation of contingency adduction (Andronis, 1983; Andronis et al, 1983; Layng & Andronis, 1984); guidelines provided by Markle (1964, 1969, 1991) and others for empirically validated, highly interactive instructional sequences (Engelmann & Carnine, 1982; Gilbert, 1962, 1978; Holland, Soloman, Doran, & Frezza, 1976); and Thiagarajan (1990) and others game and simulation exercise technologies (Stolovitch & Thiagarajan, 1980; Thiagarajan & Stolovitch, 1978) to ensure relevant skill application and promote the adduction of separate repertoire elements into newly recombined forms and sequences...

    Kent R. Johnsonet al. Breaking the Structuralist Barrier: Literacy and Numeracy With Fluency

    • ...Such a structure is easily adapted to a wide range of pedagogical objectives and content (Stolovitch & Thiagarajan, 1980; Hourst & Thiagarajan, 2001; Sauvé & Chamberland, 2003)...

    Margot Kaszapet al. PISTES - EDUCATIONAL CONSTRUCTION SITE-EDUCATIONAL GAME CENTER: THREE ...

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