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ERIC Number: ED010253
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 165
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Reference Count: 0
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THE APPLICATION OF AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS AND SIMULATION TO MODIFY THE HARVARD CASE STUDY METHOD FOR PREPARING STUDENT PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS.
RICKARD, SCOTT T.
SIMULATED CASE MATERIALS FOR THE PREPARATION OF STUDENT PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS WERE DEVELOPED AND TESTED. FOUR SIMULATED CASES WERE DEVELOPED FOR USE IN AN 8-WEEK RESEARCH PROJECT INVOLVING 46 GRADUATE STUDENTS RANDOMLY ASSIGNED TO A CONTROL AND AN EXPERIMENTAL GROUP. THE STUDY REVEALED NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE EXPERIMENTAL AND CONTROL GROUPS ON THE PERCEIVED VALUE OF THE SIMULATED CASE MATERIALS, CASE DISCUSSIONS, "IN-BASKET" PROBLEMS, AND LECTURES. IT WAS CONCLUDED THAT SIMULATION HAS POTENTIAL VALUE IN COMPLEMENTING EXISTING COURSE MATERIALS IN STUDENT PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION. FURTHER RESEARCH INTO AUGMENTATION BY SIMULATION TECHNIQUES WAS SUGGESTED. (GD)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ., Bloomington.
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