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ERIC Number: ED003516
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961
Pages: 149
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A STUDY OF THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF SELECTED APPROACHES TO THE IN-SERVICE EDUCATION OF TEACHERS IN THE UTILIZATION OF IN-SCHOOL RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTS.
GLASGOW, M.W.
AUDIOVISUAL PROGRAMS AND GUIDELINES FOR TEACHER EDUCATION WERE DEVELOPED AND TESTED. THE SAMPLES WERE RANDOMLY SELECTED FROM TEACHERS AND PUPILS AND ASSIGNED FOR RADIO AND TELEVISION INSTRUCTION TO EITHER THE CONTROL GROUP OR ONE OF 15 EXPERIMENTAL GROUPS. THE DATA WERE COLLECTED FROM QUESTIONNAIRES AND OBJECTIVE SUBJECT MATTER TESTS. ANALYSES OF VARIANCE WERE PERFORMED. THERE DID NOT APPEAR TO BE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE CHOICES FOR RADIO OR TELEVISION AS A TEACHING MEDIUM. THE TEACHER WORKSHOP WITH PRINTED MATERIALS WAS THE MOST EFFECTIVE OF THE FOUR PROCEDURES TESTED. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: Oklahoma Univ., Norman.
Identifiers: OKLAHOMA