A teaching strategy is how aims are translated into practice (organization, learning activities, balance of SoW); teaching tactics are how the strategy is implemented in interaction with learners. It is these tactics that make up the concept of a style.
Individual monitors - high level of indivdiual one-one interaction
Class enquirers - maximize use of whole-class teaching
Taylor describes three modes of using computers in education, which he labels tutor, tool and tutee.
When being used as a tutor "The computer presents some subject material, the student responds, the computer evaluates the response, and, from the results of the evaluation, determines what to present next." (p.3)
Example: SuccessMaker : Computer Curriculum Corporation (founded 1967 based on work done between IBM and Stanford University 1960-1967 ( See also similar PLATO )