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ERIC Number: ED003661
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961-Jul
Pages: 66
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ADJUSTING SELF-INSTRUCTION PROGRAMS TO INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES--STUDIES OF CUEING, RESPONDING AND BYPASSING PERIOD INTERIM REPORT.
BRIGGS, LESLIE J.; CAMPBELL, VINCENT M.
SEVERAL POSSIBLE WAYS OF ADJUSTING SELF-INSTRUCTION PROGRAMS TO INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AMONG LEARNERS WERE EXPLORED IN EXPERIMENTAL PILOT STUDIES. THE PROGRAMS UTILIZED A VARIETY OF RESPONSE MODES AND STEP SIZES, AND PRESENTED TOPICS WITHIN PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS TO STUDENTS OF 8TH-, 9TH-, AND 10TH-GRADE LEVELS. SCHOLASTIC ABILITY, AS MEASURED BY SCHOOL AND COLLEGE ABILITY TESTS, SERVED AS A CONTROL MEASURE IN THE OPTIONAL RESPONSE AND BYPASSING STUDIES. IDEAS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH WERE PRESENTED. BYPASSING APPEARS TO BE A POTENTIALLY VERSATILE TECHNIQUE FOR ADAPTING PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION TO INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES. (LP)
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Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (San Mateo); School and College Ability Tests