John A. Easley Papers, 1957-93 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 10/7/24
Volume: 11.0 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of John A. Easley (1922-94), Professor of Teacher Education (1964-89), University of Illinois Committee on School Mathematics (UICSM) Project (1962-64), contain publications, correspondence, manuscripts of writings, notes and proposals for papers, research projects, and courses concerning elementary education in science and mathematics, Piagetan theory, cognitive processes, artificial epistemologies, PLATO instruction system, instructional technology, Japense education, Committee on Culture and Cognition (1973-78), Committee on Culture and Education (1971-79), and cross-cultural education. Research and projects concern System for Instructional Response Analysis (SIRA) (1965-68), Sciences Tutoring Laboratory (1977-82), Dialogues in Math Education (DIME) (1982-94), Committee for Cognitive Studies (1970-72), Committee on Culture and Cognition (1973-78). Correspondents include Roz Driver (1967-88), Heinrich Bauersfeld (1975-78), Matash Golshan (1969-77), John Clement (1976-90), Jeanette Gallagher (1974-78), Les McLean (1977-78), and Jim Raths (1975-76).