Date of Award
Specialist in Education
Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
Dr. James R. Sanders
Dr. Kenneth E. Dickie
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The internship with Hartley Courseware, Inc. culminated with the creation of nine money concept programs. The programs were designed for a 48K Apple II microcomputer (trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.) with Applesoft in ROM and one disk drive. Text size was expanded through use of the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium's high resolution text subroutines.
A placement program tests students' abilities and recommends the appropriate starting point. Six programs introduce information on coin values and numerous money concepts. The later programs develop sequences of actions in the purchasing process. The practice test and test programs progress through the complete purchase procedure. Student scores on all programs are kept on the diskette for teacher use.
Bender, "Design and Implementation of Computer Assisted Instruction in Money Concepts for Elementary Students" (1982). Master's Theses. 1633.