This book consists of eleven chapters, discussing many broad and little known aspects of educational programming. These chapters are: 1. Teaching Machines and Educational Technology; 2. Principles of Programming; 3.Programming and Educational Objectives; 4. Techniques of Programming; 5. Application of Programmed Learning; 6. Presentation Types; 7. The Theories of Response; 8. Rewards and Their Importance; 9. Subject Matter Consideration; 10. Programming and Factors in Learning; and 11. Organizing Effective In-Service Education Programmes.
The last chapter of the book is like a manual, it is also biggest chapter in the book, especially designed for the organization of effective in-service education programmes for the teachers.
As the nature of this book is suggestive, it draws heavily from the works of great education administrators, thinkers, scholars and scientists of west and United States, the author acknowledges his heartfelt indebtedness to them and their works.