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ERIC Number: ED003608
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Sep-1
Pages: 62
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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE DOCUMENTARY SOUND-FILM AS A SUPPLEMENT IN SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION--A FOLLOWUP OF FIRST YEAR TEACHER PERFORMANCE.
DAVISON, HUGH M.; PATRICK, ROBERT B.
THE PURPOSE OF THE STUDY WAS TO DISCOVER IF THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF STUDENT TEACHERS, WHO HAD SEEN DOCUMENTARY FILMS OF CERTAIN TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING IN THEIR UNDERGRADUATE METHODS COURSES, WOULD CARRY OVER AND COULD BE MEASURED IN THEIR FIRST YEAR OF TEACHING. EXPERIMENTAL METHODS COURSES WERE TAUGHT FOR SECONDARY LEVEL COURSES IN ENGLISH, SOCIAL STUDIES, MATHEMATICS, AND SCIENCE. ONE BASIC AND FIVE SUPPLEMENTARY EVALUATIVE INSTRUMENTS WERE USED. ONLY THE RESULTS FROM THE TEACHING TECHNIQUES EVALUATION FORM AND GRADES BY THE SUPERVISOR SHOWED A STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN FAVOR OF THE DOCUMENTARY FILM TECHNIQUE. WHILE THE UNOBSERVABLE FORMER STUDENTS MIGHT HAVE BIASED THE RESULTS, MAIN SUPPORT FOR FILM USE WAS INDICATED BY THE FAVORABLE OVERALL GRADE FOR THE FILM-VIEWING TEACHERS. (PM)
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Authoring Institution: Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers: PENNSYLVANIA; Teaching Techniques Evaluation Form (Patrick)