Patrick Suppes, Lucie Stern Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus  
 

Computers and Education

 

With C. Stillinger. (1999) Individual differences in gifted students' progress through computer-based algebra and pre-calculus courses. Web: http://epgy.stanford.edu (1999)

(1998) Arithmetic and Geometry, Grade 4, 2nd Edition. CD-ROM. Stanford, CA: Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), Stanford University.

(1998) Arithmetic and Geometry, Grade 5, 2nd Edition. CD-ROM. Stanford, CA: Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), Stanford University.

(1997) Perception, models, and data: Some comments. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 29, 109-112.

(1997) Arithmetic and Geometry, Grade 3, 2nd Edition. CD-ROM. Stanford, CA: Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), Stanford University.

(1996) The aims of education. In Alven Neiman (Ed.), Philosophy of Education 1995. Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 110-126.

(1996) Education and technology at Stanford in the twenty-first century. In K. Arrow, R. Cottle, B. C. Eaves & I. Olkin (Eds.), Education in a Research University. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 143-158.

(1996) Arithmetic and Geometry, Grades 7-8. CD-ROM. Stanford, CA: Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), Stanford University.

(1996) Arithmetic and Geometry, Grade 2, Part 1. CD-ROM. Stanford, CA: Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), Stanford University.

(1996) Arithmetic and Geometry, Grade 2, Part 2. CD-ROM. Stanford, CA: Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), Stanford University.

With R. Ravaglia, C. Stillinger and T. Alper. (1995) Computer-Based Mathematics and Physics for Gifted Students. Gifted Child Quarterly, 39, 7-13.

With T. Ager. (1995) Computer-based advanced placement calculus for gifted students. Instructional Science, 22, 339-362.

With R. Ravaglia and J. Acacio de Barros. (1995) Computer-based instruction brings advanced-placement physics to gifted students. Computers in Physics Education, 9, 380-386.

(1995) Arithmetic and Geometry, Grades 3-6. CD-ROM. Stanford, CA: Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), Stanford University.

(1995) Arithmetic and Geometry, Grade 1. CD-ROM. Stanford, CA: Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY), Stanford University.

(1992) Instructional computers: Past, present, and future. International Journal of Educational Research, 17, 5-17.

(1990) Intelligent tutoring, but not intelligent enough. (Review/ H. Mandl & A. Lesgold (Eds.): Learning issues for intelligent tutoring systems; and J. Psotka, L. D. Massey, & S. A. Mutter (Eds.): Intelligent tutoring systems: Lessons learned.) Contemporary Psychology, 35, 648-650.

(1990) Uses of artificial intelligence in computer based instruction. In V. Marik, O. Stepankova & Z. Zdrahal (Eds.), Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education. Springer Verlag, 206-225.

(1990) Three current tutoring systems and future needs. In C. Frasson, and G. Gauthier (Eds.), Intelligent Tutoring Systems: At the crossroads of artificial intelligence and education. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation, 251-265.

With C. Crangle. (1990) Instruction dialogues: Teaching new skills to a robot. In G. Rodriguez and H. Seraji (Eds.), Proceedings of the NASA Conference on Space Telerobotics, Vol. V, JPL Publication 89-7, Vol. V. Pasadena, CA: NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, January 31, 91-101

With C. Crangle. (1990) Robots that learn: A test of intelligence. Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 44, 5-23.

(1989) Computers at Stanford: An Overview. In Dr. C. Calude, Dr. D. Chitoran & Dr. M. Malitza (Eds.), New Information Technologies in Higher Education. Bucharest: European Centre for Higher Education, 97-111.

(1988) Computer-assisted instruction. In Derick Unwin and Ray McAleese (Eds.), The Encyclopaedia of Educational Media Communications and Technology (2nd Edition), New York: Greenwood Press, 107-116.

(1988) Lo sviluppo dell'apprendimento computerizzato. In Vittorio Pranzini & Donatella Mazza (Eds.), Prof Computer va a scuola. progetto del comune di Ravenna per l'introduzione dell'informatica nella scuola. Ravena: Editrice Diamond Byte, 64-71.

With C. Crangle, L. Liang, & M. Barlow. (1988) Using English to instruct a robotic aid: an experiment in an office-like environment. In Proceedings of the International Conference for the Association for the Advancement of Rehabilitation Technology, 25-30 June 1988, 466-467, Montreal.

With C. Crangle. (1987) Context-fixing semantics for instructable robots. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 27, 371-400

With C. Crangle and S. Michalowski. (1987) Types of verbal interaction with instructable robots. In G. Rodriguez (Ed.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Space Telerobotics, Vol. II (JPL Publication 87-13). Pasadena, CA: NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, 393-402

(1986) Computers and education in the 21st century. In Proceedings of an International Conference on Social and Technological Change, The University into the 21st Century, May 2-5, Victoria, B.C., Canada. Reprinted in W.A.W. Neilson and C. Gaffield (Eds.), Universities in Crisis: A mediaeval institution in the twenty-first century. Toronto: The Institute for Research on Public Policy, 137-151.

With R.F. Fortune. (1985) Computer-assisted instruction: Possibilities and problems. NASSP Bulletin, 69(480), 30-34.

With R. E. Maas. (1985) Natural-language interface for an instructable robot. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 22, 215-240.

With R. E. Maas. (1984) A note on discourse with an instructable robot. Theoretical Linguistics, 11, 5-20.

(1984) Computers: Past, present and future. In R. M. Bossone and J. H. Polishook (Eds.), Proceedings: The Fifth Conference of the University Urban Schools National Task Force. New York: Graduate School of the City University of New York, 112-124.

(1984) Observations about the application of artificial intelligence research to education. (Excerpt with slight modifications/ Current trends in computer-assisted instruction.) In D. F. Walker and R. D. Hess (Eds.), Instructional Software: Principles and perspectives for design and use. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 298-308.

(1982) On the effectiveness of educational research. In D. B. P. Kallen, G. B. Kosse, H. C. Wagenaar, J. J. J. Kloprogge, and M. Vorbeck (Eds.), Social Science Research and Public Policy-making: A reappraisal. Windsor, Berks., England: NFER-Nelson, 255-270. First published by Foundation for Educational Research in the Netherlands (SVO), 1982.

(1982) Sur les expériences d'enseignement assisté par ordinateur dans divers autres pays. In Actes du Colloque, Le Mariage du Siècle: Education et informatique. Paris: Ministère de l'Education, 9-20.

(1982) Historical perspective on educational technology. In R. M. Bossone (Ed.), What Works in Urban Schools, Proceedings of the Second Conference of the University/Urban Schools National Task Force. New York: Center for Advanced Study in Education, The Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, 30-57.

With R. Laddaga and W. R. Sanders. (1981) Testing intelligibility of computer-generated speech with elementary-school children. In P. Suppes (Ed.), University-level Computer-assisted Instruction at Stanford: 1968-1980. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, 377-397.

With R. Laddaga & A. Levine. (1981) Studies of student preference for computer-assisted instruction with audio. In P. Suppes (Ed.), University-level Computer-assisted Instruction at Stanford: 1968-1980. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, 399-430.

(1981) Future educational uses of interactive theorem proving. In P. Suppes (Ed.), University-level Computer-assisted Instruction at Stanford: 1968-1980. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, 165-182.

With W. R. Sanders & C. Gramlich. (1981) Data compression of linear-prediction (LP) analyzed speech. In P. Suppes (Ed.), University-level Computer-assisted Instruction at Stanford: 1968-1980. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, 503-538.

With E. Macken & M. Zanotti. (1980) Considerations in evaluating individualized instruction. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 14, 79-83.

(1980) Computer-assisted instruction in logic at Stanford. Newsletter on Teaching Philosophy, 6-9.

(1979) The future of computers in education. Journal of Computer-Based Instruction, 6, 5-10.

With T. W. Malone & E. Macken. (1979) Toward optimal allocation of instructional resources: Dividing computer-assisted instruction time among students. Instructional Science, 8, 107-120

With T. W. Malone, E. Macken, M. Zanotti, and L. Kanerva. (1979) Projecting student trajectories in a computer-assisted instruction curriculum. Journal of Educational Psychology, 71, 74-84.

(1979) Past, present and future educational technologies. In M.E.A. El Tom (Ed.), Developing Mathematics in Third World Countries. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 53-66.

(1979) Current trends in computer-assisted instruction. In M. C. Yovits (Ed.), Advances in Computers, Vol. 18. New York: Academic Press, 173-229.

With E. Macken. (1978) The historical path from research and development to operational use of CAI. Educational Technology, 18, 9-12.

With B. Searle, P. Matthews, & J. Friend. (1978) Formal evaluation of the 1976 first-grade instructional program. In P. Suppes, B. Searle, & J. Friend (Eds.), The Radio Mathematics Project: Nicaragua 1976-1977. Stanford: Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, Stanford University, 97-124.

With B. Searle. (1978) Achievement levels of students learning primary-school mathematics by radio in Nicaragua. Studies in Science and Mathematics Education (India), 1, 63-80.

(1978) La informática en la educación. Nonotza, Revista de Difusión Científica, Tecnológica y Cultural, 13, IBM de México.

With I. Larsen and L. Z. Markosian. (1978) Performance models of undergraduate students on computer-assisted instruction in elementary logic. Instructional Science, 7, 15-35

With E. Macken & M. Zanotti. (1978) The role of global psychological models in instructional technology. In R. Glaser (Ed.), Advances in Instructional Psychology, Vol. 1. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 229-259

(1978) The future of computers in education. In Computers and the Learning Society. (Hearings before the Subcommittee on Domestic and International Scientific Planning, Analysis and Cooperation, of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, First Session, October 4, 6, 12, 13, 18, and 27, 1977 [No. 47].) Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 548-569.

With B. Searle. (1977) Computer usage in the Nicaragua Radio Mathematics Project. In J. A. Jordan, Jr., & K. Malaivongs (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Applications in Developing Countries, Vol. 1. Bangkok: Asian Institute of Technology, 361-374.

With B. Searle & J. Friend. (1977) The Nicaragua Radio Mathematics Project. In P. L. Spain, D. T. Jamison, & E. McAnany (Eds.), Radio for Education and Development: Case studies, Vol. 1. Washington, DC: Education Department of the World Bank, 2-32.

With R. Smith & M. Beard. (1977) University-level computer-assisted instruction at Stanford: 1975. Instructional Science, 6, 151-185.

With E. Macken. (1976) Evaluation studies of CCC elementary-school curriculums, 1971-1975. CCC Educational Studies, 1, 1-37.

With D. T. Jamison, J. D. Fletcher, & R. C. Atkinson. (1976) Cost and performance of computer-assisted instruction for education of disadvantaged children. In J. Froomkin, D. T. Jamison, & R. Radner (Eds.), Education As an Industry. Cambridge, MA: NBER, Ballinger, 201-240.

With B. Searle. (1976) The Radio Mathematics Project. The Mathematics Teacher, (India), 11A, 47-51.

With B. Searle. (1976) Survey of the instructional use of radio, television, and computers in the United States. Journal of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, 15, 712-720.

With J. D. Fletcher. (1976) The Stanford project on computer-assisted instruction for hearing-impaired students. Journal of Computer-Based Instruction, 3, 1-12.

With A. Goldberg. (1976) Computer-assisted instruction in elementary logic at the university level. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 6, 447-474.

With E. Macken, R. van den Heuvel, & T. Suppes. (1976) Home Based Education: Needs and technological opportunities, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, National Institute of Education, April 1976, 130.

With J. D. Fletcher & M. Zanotti. (1976) Models of individual trajectories in computer-assisted instruction for deaf students. Journal of Educational Psychology, 68, 117-127.

With B. Searle & J. Friend. (1976) The Radio Mathematics Project: Nicaragua 1974-1975. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, 261 pp.

With B. Searle. (1975) The Nicaragua radio mathematics project. Educational Broadcasting International, September, 117-120.

With J. D. Fletcher & M. Zanotti. (1975) Performance models of American Indian students on computer-assisted instruction in elementary mathematics. Instructional Science, 4, 303-313

(1975) Impact of computers on curriculum in the schools and universities. In O. Lecarme & R. Lewis (Eds.), Computers in Education, IFIP, Part 1. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 173-179.

(1975) The school of the future: Technological possibilities. In L. Rubin (Ed.), The Future of Education: Perspectives on tomorrow's schooling. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 145-157.

With J. B. Carroll. (1974) The Committee on Basic Research in Education: A four year tryout of basic science funding procedures. Educational Researcher, 3, 7-10

With J. D. Fletcher. (1974) Computer-assisted instruction in mathematics and language arts for deaf students. In AFIPS Conference Proceedings, Vol. 43. 1974 National Computer Conference. Montvale, NJ: AFIPS Press, 127-131

(1974) The promise of universal higher education. In S. Hook, P. Kurtz, & M. Todorovich (Eds.), The Idea of a Modern University. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus, 21-32.

(1974) Mathematical models of learning and performance in a CAI setting. In K. L. Zinn, M. Refice, & A. Romano (Eds.), Computers in the Instructional Process: Report of an international school. Ann Arbor, MI: Extend, 339-353.

With B. Searle & P. Lorton, Jr. (1974) Structural variables affecting CAI performance on arithmetic word problems of disadvantaged and deaf students. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 5, 371-384.

(1974) The place of theory in educational research. Educational Researcher, 3(6), 3-10.

With D. Jamison & S. Wells. (1974) The effectiveness of alternative instructional media: A survey. Review of Educational Research, 44, 1-67.

(1973) Facts and fantasies of education. Phi Delta Kappa Monograph. Reprinted in M. C. Wittrock (Ed.), Changing Education: Alternatives from educational research. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 6-45.

(1972) Computer-assisted instruction. In W. Handler & J. Weizenbaum (Eds.), Display Use for Man-Machine Dialog. Munich: Hanser, 155-185.

With J. D. Fletcher. (1972) Computer assisted instruction in reading: Grades 4-6. Educational Technology, 12(8), 45-49

With A. Goldberg. (1972) A computer-assisted instruction program for exercises on finding axioms. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 4, 429-449.

With E. F. Loftus. (1972) Structural variables that determine problem-solving difficulty in computer-assisted instruction. Journal of Educational Psychology, 63, 531-542.

(1972) Computer-assisted instruction at Stanford. In Man and Computer. Proceedings of international conference, Bordeaux 1970. Basel: Karger, 298-330. Reprinted in K. L. Zinn & A. Romano (Eds.), Computers in the Instructional Process: Report of an international school. Ann Arbor, MI: Extend. 1974, 57-85.

With M. Morningstar. (1972) Computer-assisted Instruction at Stanford, 1966-68: Data, models, and evaluation of the arithmetic programs. New York: Academic Press, 533 pp.

With B. Searle. (1971) The computer teaches arithmetic. School Review, 79, 213-225.

(1971) Technology in education. In S. M. Brownell (Ed.), Issues in Urban Education. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 119-146.

(1971) Alternatives through computers. In B. Rusk (Ed.), Alternatives in Education. Toronto: General, 57-70.

(1971) Computer assisted instruction for deaf students. American Annals of the Deaf, 116, 500-508.

With B. Meserve & P. Sears. (1970) Sets, Numbers and Systems, Teacher's Edition, Book 2. New York: Random House.

With M. Jerman. (1970) Computer-assisted instruction. The Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, 54(343), 27-40.

(1970) Systems analysis of computer-assisted instruction. In G. J.Kelleher (Ed.), The Challenge to Systems Analysis. New York: Wiley, 98-110.

With C. Ihrke. (1970) Accelerated program in elementary-school mathematics: The fourth year. Psychology in the Schools, 7, 111-126.

With M. Morningstar. (1970) Technological innovations: Computer-assisted instruction and compensatory education. In F. Korten, S. Cook, & J. Lacey (Eds.), Psychology and the Problems of Society. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 221-236.

With D. Jamison & C. Butler. (1970) Estimated costs of computer assisted instruction for compensatory education in urban areas. Educational Technology, 10, 49-57. Reprinted in D. L. Roberts (Ed.), Planning Urban Education. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications, 281-301.

With M. Morningstar. (1970) Four programs in computer-assisted instruction. In W. H. Holtzman (Ed.), Computer Assisted Instruction, Testing, and Guidance. New York: Harper & Row, 233-265.

With B. Meserve & P. Sears. (1969) Sets, Numbers, and Systems, Teacher's Edition, Book 1. New York: Random House.

With B. Meserve & P. Sears. (1969) Sets, Numbers, and Systems. Books 1 and 2. New York: Random House.

With M. Jerman. (1969) Individualized Mathematics, Drill Kits AA-DD. New York: Random House.

With M. Jerman. (1969) Computer-assisted instruction at Stanford. Educational Television International, 3, 176-179.

With M. Jerman. (1969) Some perspectives on computer-assisted instruction. Educational Media, 1, 4-7.

With M. Jerman. (1969) Computer-assisted instruction at Stanford. Educational Technology, 9, 22-24.

With M. Jerman. (1969) A workshop on computer-assisted instruction in elementary mathematics. The Arithmetic Teacher, 16, 193-197.

With E. Loftus & M. Jerman. (1969) Problem-solving on a computer-based teletype. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2, 1-15. Romanian translation: Rezolvarea problemelor la un telescriptor conectat cu un calculator electronic. In E. Fischbein & E. Rusu (Eds.), Invatamintul matematic in lumea contemporana. Bucharest: Editura Didactica si Pedagogica, 1971, 276-296.

(1969) Computer-assisted instruction: An overview of operations and problems. In A. J. H. Morrell (Ed.), Information Processing 68, Vol. 2. Proceedings of IFIP Congress 1968, Edinburgh. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1103-1113.

With M. Morningstar. (1969) Computer-assisted instruction. Science, 166, 343-350 Reprinted in D. A. Erickson (Ed.), Educational Organization and Administration. Berkeley, CA: McCutchan, 1977, 236-254.

(1968) Can there be a normative philosophy of education? In G. L. Newsome, Jr. (Ed.), Philosophy of Education. Studies in Philosophy and Education series, Proceedings of the 24th annual meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society, Santa Monica, April 7-l0, 1968, Edwardsville, IL: Southern Illinois University, 1-12. Reprinted in J. P. Strain (Ed.), Modern Philosophies of Education. New York: Random House, 1971, 277-288.

(1968) Computer-assisted instruction: An interview with Patrick Suppes. Nation's Schools, 82(4), 52, 53, 96. Reprinted in The Education Digest, 1969, 34(6), 6-8.

(1968) Discussion-educational technology: New myths and old realities. Harvard Educational Review, 38, 730-735.

(1968) Computer technology and the future of education. Phi Delta Kappan, 44, 420-423. Reprinted in R. C. Atkinson & H. A. Wilson (Eds.), Computer-assisted Instruction: A book of readings. New York: Academic Press, 1969, 41-47. Also reprinted in I. Taviss (Ed.), The Computer Impact. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1970, 203-209. Also reprinted in R. A. Weisgerber (Ed.), Perspectives in Individualized Learning. Itasca, IL: Peacock, 1971, 391-398. Also reprinted in K. Hoover (Ed.), Readings on Learning and Teaching in the Secondary School, 2nd ed., Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1971, 354-361.

With M. Jerman & D. Brian. (1968) Computer-assisted Instruction: Stanford's 1965-66 arithmetic program. New York: Academic Press, 385 pp.

(1967) The computer and excellence. Saturday Review, 50(2), 46-50.

(1967) The teaching machine. Christian Science Monitor, August 10, p. 11.

(1967) Computer-based instruction. Electronic Age, 1967, 26, 2-6. Reprinted in: The Education Digest, 33(2), 8-10.

(1967) The teacher and computer-assisted instruction. National Education Association Journal, 56(2), 15-32.

(1967) The case for information-oriented (basic) research in mathematics education. In J. M. Scandura (Ed.), Research in Mathematics Education. Washington, DC: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1-5. Reprinted in J. A. McIntosh (Ed.), Perspectives on Secondary Mathematics Education. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1971, 233-236.

(1967) On using computers to individualize instruction. In D. D. Bushnell & D. W. Allen (Eds.), The Computer in American Education. NewYork: Wiley, 11-24.

With C. Ihrke. (1967) Accelerated program in elementary-school mathematics: The third year. Psychology in the Schools, 4, 293-309 Reprinted in R. B. Ashlock & W. L. Herman, Jr. (Eds.), Current Research in Elementary School Mathematics. New York: Macmillan, 1970, 359-374.

With G. Groen. (1967) Some counting models for first-grade performance data on simple addition facts. In J. M. Scandura (Ed.), Research in Mathematics Education. Washington, DC: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 35-43.

With L. Hyman & M. Jerman. (1967) Linear structural models for response and latency performance in arithmetic on computer-controlled terminals. In J. P. Hill (Ed.), Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 160-200.

(1967) Some theoretical models for mathematics learning. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 1, 5-22.

(1966) Applications of mathematical models of learning in education. In H. O. A. Wold (Scientific Organizer), Model Building in the Human Sciences. Session of Entretiens de Monaco en Sciences Humaines,1964. Monaco: Union Europienne d'Editions, 39-49.

(1966) The psychology of arithmetic. In J. Bruner (Ed.), Learning about Learning, a conference report. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 235-242.

(1966) Accelerated program in elementary-school mathematics: The second year. Psychology in the Schools, 3, 294-307. Rumanian translation in Gh. Enescu & C. Popa (Eds.), Logicas, tiint, ei, Editura Politica, 1970, 233-247.

(1966) The uses of computers in education. Scientific American, 215, 206-220. Reprinted in Information: A Scientific American book. San Francisco: Freeman, 1966, 157-174. German translation: Anwendungen elektronischer Rechenanlagen in Unterricht. In Information Computer und kunstliche Intelligenz. Frankfurt am Main: Umschau, 1967, 157-172. Reprinted also in Mathematical Thinking in Behavioral Sciences: Readings from Scientific American. San Francisco and London: Freeman, 1968, 213-222. Russian translation in Informatsia. Moscow: Mir, 1968, 165-182. Japanese translation in Information, Scientific American Book, 1969. Polish translation: Zastosowania maszyn cyfrowych w nauczaniu - tlum. Tadeusz Wiewiorowski. In Dzis i jutro maszyn cyfrowych. Warsaw: 1969, 231-256. Reprinted also in Computers and Computation: Readings from Scientific American. San Francisco: Freeman, 1971, 249-259. Reprinted also in Contemporary Psychology: Readings from Scientific American. San Francisco: Freeman, 1971, 257-267.

(1966) The axiomatic method in high school mathematics. In The Role of Axiomatics and Problem Solving in Mathematics. The Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences. Washington, DC: Ginn, 69-76.

(1966) Plug-in instruction. Saturday Review, 49(30), 25, 29, 30.

With M. Jerman & G. Groen. (1966) Arithmetic drills and review on a computer-based teletype. The Arithmetic Teacher, 13, 303-309.

(1966) Tomorrow's education. Education Age, 1966, 2, 4-11.

(1966) Sets and Numbers. (Books 3-6). New York: Random House. Revised edition, 1969.

(1966) Sets and Numbers. (Books K-2). New York: Random House. Revised edition, 1968.

(1966) Sets and Numbers. (Teacher's Edition, Books K-6). New York: Random House.

With D. Hansen. (1965) Accelerated program in elementary-school mathematics: The first year. Psychology in the Schools, 2, 195-203.

With F. Binford. (1965) Experimental teaching of mathematical logic in the elementary school. The Arithmetic Teacher, 12, 187-195.

(1965) Learning the new mathematics. New Directions in Mathematics, Membership Service Bulletin 16-A, Association for Childhood Education International, 57-64.

(1965) Computer-based mathematics instruction. Bulletin of the International Study Group for Mathematics Learning, 3, 7-22.

(1964) The formation of mathematical concepts in primary-grade children. In A. H. Passow & R. R. Leeper (Eds.), Papers from the ASCD Eighth Curriculum Research Institute, 99-119.

(1964) Modern learning theory and the elementary-school curriculum. American Educational Research Journal, 1, 79-93. Reprinted in H. C. Lindgren (Ed.), Readings in Educational Psychology. New York: Wiley, 207-222. Reprinted also in R. Ripple (Ed.), Readings in Learning and Human Abilities. New York: Harper & Row, 1971. Reprinted also in H. C. Lindgren & F. Lindgren (Eds.), Current Readings in Educational Psychology, 2nd edition. New York: Wiley, 1971, 216-230. Reprinted also in the Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in Psychology, P-810, Prod. No. 69065. Japanese translation in W. H. Holtzman (Ed.), Computer-assisted Instruction, Testing, and Guidance. New York: Harper & Row, 1970.

(1964) The ability of elementary-school children to learn the new mathematics. Theory into Practice, 3, 57-61.

(1963) Set theory in the primary grades. New York State Mathematics Teacher's Journal, 13, 46-53. Reprinted in J. J. Gallagher (Ed.), Teaching Gifted Students: A book of readings. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1965.

(1962) Mathematical logic for the schools. The Arithmetic Teacher, 9, 396-399. Reprinted in J. J. Gallagher (Ed.), Teaching Gifted Students: A book of readings. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1965.

With S. Hill. (1962) The concept of set. The Grade Teacher, 79, 5l, 86-90.

With B. McKnight. (1961) Sets and numbers in grade one, 1959-1960. The Arithmetic Teacher, 8, 287-290.

With N. Hawley. (1960) Geometry for Primary Grades. Book 2. San Francisco: Holden-Day, 126 pp. Spanish translation: Geometría para los Grados Primarios. Libro 2. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Editorial Departamento de Instrucción Pública, 1966, 126 pp.

With N. Hawley. (1960) Geometry for Primary Grades. Book 1. San Francisco: Holden-Day, 127 pp. Spanish translation: Geometría para los Grados Primarios. Libro 1. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Editorial Departamento de Instrucción Pública, 1964. 126 pp. French translation: Géométrie pour Classes Elémentaires. Livre 1. Montreal, Canada: Gontran Trottier, 1965.

With N. Hawley. (1959) Geometry in the first grade. American Mathematical Monthly, 66, 505-506.