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ERIC Number: ED003555
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1960-Apr
Pages: 37
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AN INVESTIGATION OF MOTION PICTURE FILM AND THE PROGRAM ANALYZER FEEDBACK TO IMPROVE TELEVISION TEACHER TRAINING.
JOHNSON, F. CRAIG; AND OTHERS
THE PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY WAS TO EVALUATE THE PROGRAM ANALYZER, KINESCOPE, AND AUDIOTAPE AS AIDS IN TRAINING TELEVISION TEACHERS. FOLLOWING 10-MINUTE PRESENTATIONS, EACH TEACHER'S PERFORMANCE WAS REVIEWED BY ONE OF FIVE METHODS--(1) SOUND ONLY, (2) SOUND AND PROGRAM ANALYZER, (3) KINESCOPE ONLY, (4) KINESCOPE AND PROGRAM ANALYZER, OR (5) SELF-EVALUATION ONLY. EACH LESSON WAS PRESENTED THREE TIMES WITH FEEDBACK FROM THE REVIEW FOLLOWING THE FIRST AND SECOND PRESENTATIONS. A SECOND LESSON WAS PREPARED AND PRESENTED FOLLOWING THE PRESENTATIONS OF LESSON ONE. THE RATING GROUPS WERE DIVIDED SO EACH MEMBER OF GROUP A REVIEWED ALL THREE PERFORMANCES OF GROUP B PRESENTATIONS, AND MEMBERS OF GROUP B REVIEWED ONLY A SINGLE PERFORMANCE OF GROUP A PRESENTATIONS. FINDINGS SHOWED THERE WAS NO DIFFERENCE IN RATINGS OF TEACHERS WHO (1) USED KINESCOPE, (2) USED AUDIO TAPE ONLY, OR (3) HAD NO REVIEW. RATINGS ON THE SECOND PRESENTATIONS OF TEACHERS USING THE PROGRAM ANALYZER WERE SIGNIFICANTLY LOWER THAN RATINGS OF THOSE WHO DID NOT USE THE ANALYZER. THE RATING MEANS FOR BOTH OF THESE GROUPS WERE EQUAL ON THE THIRD PRESENTATION, AND THE ANALYZER GROUP WAS NOT SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER ON THE FOURTH PRESENTATION. NO SIGNIFICANT INTERACTION WAS SHOWN TO RESULT FROM THE DIFFERENCES OF NUMBERS OF PRESENTATIONS REVIEWED BY THE TWO RATING GROUPS. (AL)
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Authoring Institution: Ohio Univ., Athens.
Identifiers: OHIO