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ERIC Number: ED003597
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 248
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KNOWLEDGE OF RESULTS AND CONTINUITY OF VARIOUS TECHNIQUES IN PRESENTING A FILMSTRIP AS FACTORS IN IMMEDIATE LEARNING AND RETENTION.
SMITH, PHILIP D.
THIS RESEARCH EFFORT WAS DESIGNED TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECTS OF (1) TWO DEGREES OF IMMEDIACY OF KNOWLEDGE OF RESULTS AND (2) THREE METHODS OF PRESENTATION ON THE RETENTION OF KNOWLEDGE TRANSMITTED BY A FILMSTRIP. A FILMSTRIP WAS PRESENTED FRAME-BY-FRAME, IN SEQUENCE, AND IN TOTAL WITH TEST ITEMS ON THE FILMSTRIP ADMINISTERED ACCORDINGLY. PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM GRADES 5, 6, 7, 8, AND 11 WERE RANDOMLY ASSIGNED WITHIN EACH GRADE-GROUP TO 6 DIFFERENT TREATMENT GROUPS. EXPERIMENTAL GROUP SUBJECTS IN EACH OF THE THREE PRESENTATION SCHEDULES KNEW IF THEIR RESPONSES WERE CORRECT IMMEDIATELY UPON ANSWERING EACH TEST ITEM. THE OTHER HALF (CONTROL GROUP) RECEIVED KNOWLEDGE OF RESULTS ON THE DAY FOLLOWING PRESENTATION. STUDENTS WERE TESTED AGAIN APPROXIMATELY 3 WEEKS AFTER THE FILMSTRIP PRESENTATION. THE FINDINGS WERE EQUIVOCAL, AND THE AUTHOR RECOMMENDS FURTHER STUDY. (JK)
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Authoring Institution: Bob Jones Univ., Greenville, SC. School of Education.
Identifiers: SOUTH CAROLINA