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ERIC Number: ED003553
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1960
Pages: 113
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SELECTED VICARIOUS EXPERIENCES VERSUS DIRECT OBSERVATIONAL EXPERIENCES OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS IN THE FOUNDATION AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA.
FULTON, W.R.; RUPIPER, O.J.
THIS IS AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TWO PROCEDURES FOR TEACHING THE CONCEPTS IN THREE REQUIRED COURSES IN THE PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION OF TEACHERS. THE USE OF SPECIALLY PREPARED AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS WAS COMPARED WITH DIRECT OBSERVATION. STUDENTS WERE RANDOMLY ASSIGNED TO TWO SECTIONS DESIGNATED AS VICARIOUS OBSERVATION GROUPS AND TWO SECTIONS DESIGNATED AS DIRECT OBSERVATION GROUPS. THE DIRECT OBSERVATION GROUPS MADE NINE 30-MINUTE OBSERVATIONS OF CLASSROOM AND SCHOOL-COMMUNITY SITUATIONS. THE VICARIOUS OBSERVATION GROUPS VIEWED NINE 30-MINUTE FILM AND SLIDE SEQUENCES. THE AUTHORS CONCLUDED THAT ONE METHOD WAS AS EFFECTIVE AS THE OTHER IN REACHING THE STATED OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSES. (JK)
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Authoring Institution: Oklahoma Univ., Norman. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers: OKLAHOMA