||Several Aspects of the Physiological-Hygienic Basis of Programmed Teaching of Elementary School Children (Nekotore Aspekty Fiziologo-Gigienicheskogo Obosnovaniya Programmirovannogo Obucheniya Shkolnikov Mladshikh Klasov).
Zamkova, M. A. ;
Krivitskaya, E. I. ;
Novik, R. I. ;
Slesar., V. I. ;
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Programmed instruction ;
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The school is searching for ways to improve teaching methods. One method is programming with the use of various technical means. In programmed teaching increased intense activity of students is assumed, which can entail a greater neuropsychic load. The authors studied the working capacity and functional reactions of students in primary grades using a programmed teaching method, to find out if this method causes excess fatigue of the students.