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ERIC Number: ED010421
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Nov
Pages: 54
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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MOTIVATION AND LEARNING--A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROGRAMS PRESENTED BY VIDEO TAPE WITH AND WITHOUT MOTIVATING MATERIALS.
ALDRIDGE, BILL G.
THE SYSTEMATIC USE OF MOTIVATING MATERIALS WAS DEVELOPED AND EVALUATED THROUGH THE TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT OF A VIDEO-SOUND SYSTEM FOR PROVIDING PROGRAMED TELEVISION TO INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS. FIVE PHYSICS PROGRAMS WERE DEVELOPED AND RECORDED ON VIDEOTAPE. EACH OF THE FIVE PROGRAMS HAD SEQUENCES PRECEDING IT WHICH WERE DESIGNED TO MOTIVATE THE STUDENT TO LEARN THE SUBSEQUENT MATERIAL. EACH STUDENT TOOK TWO PROGRAMS--MOTIVATED AND UNMOTIVATED. THE RESULTS SHOWED NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN ACHIEVEMENT BETWEEN MOTIVATED AND UNMOTIVATED PROGRAMS. IT WAS RECOMMENDED THAT FURTHER STUDIES BE CARRIED OUT USING MOTIVATING MATERIALS OVER EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME IN CONVENTIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS. (GD)
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Authoring Institution: Saint Louis Junior Coll. District, Ferguson, MO. Florissant Valley Community Coll.
Identifiers: MISSOURI; Missouri (Saint Louis)