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ERIC Number: ED003227
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Dec-15
Pages: 172
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CHANGES IN ATTITUDES DURING LEARNING. THE RELATIONSHIP OF NEW EDUCATIONAL MEDIA TO NONINTELLECTIVE FACTORS IN LEARNING, PHASE 2.
NEIDT, CHARLES O.
PROCEDURES WERE DEVELOPED TO MEASURE LONGITUDINAL CHANGES IN ATTITUDES TOWARD FORMAL LEARNING EXPERIENCES INVOLVING VARIOUS INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA. THE ATTITUDES INVESTIGATED WERE--(1) ATTITUDE TOWARD METHODS OF INSTRUCTION EMPLOYED IN THE LEARNING SITUATION, (2) ATTITUDE TOWARD EXPECTATION FULFILLMENT, (3) ATTITUDE TOWARD SUBJECT MATTER CONTENT STUDIED, AND (4) OVERALL ATTITUDE AS REPRESENTED BY A COMPOSITE OF THE FOREGOING. FIVE PARALLEL FORMS OF A 26-ITEM SCALE MEASURING ATTITUDES TOWARD METHOD, EXPECTATION, AND CONTENT WERE DEVELOPED FOR ADMINISTRATION IN A VARIETY OF MEDIA SITUATIONS. THE SCORES AND SUBSCORES FOR 3,049 LEARNERS IN 72 SITUATIONS WERE CLASSIFIED INTO 11 MEDIA GROUPS. IT WAS CONCLUDED THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO IDENTIFY MEASURABLE TRENDS IN LEARNER ATTITUDES TOWARD THE LEARNING SITUATION THROUGHOUT A VARIETY OF SITUATIONS INVOLVING DIFFERENT INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA. (HB)
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Authoring Institution: Colorado State Univ., Ft. Collins.
Identifiers: COLORADO; Colorado (Fort Collins)