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07 Jun

Teaching Machine

Teaching Machine

It is a device designed to be operated by an individual student. It can interact with the student to a remarkable degree. Its features are:

  1. The students is presented with a question by some form of display on the machine.
  2. The student must respond overtly. He must either write an answer or push a button to indicate the correct answer.
  3. The student is informed as to whether his answer is right or wrong.

 

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