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ERIC Number: ED014961
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Jan
Pages: 37
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Reference Count: 0
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TELEVISION AND COLLEGE INSTRUCTION.
BECK, ISABEL H.
STUDIES OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION (ITV) HAVE SHOWN IT TO BE AT LEAST AS PRODUCTIVE AS STANDARD METHODS. WHEN IT IS AVAILABLE, THE COLLEGE TEACHER CAN SELECT THE MEANS BY WHICH HE CAN DO HIS BEST TEACHING. MANY TEACHERS REGARD ITV AS AN IMPORTANT AID WHICH FREES THEM FOR MORE EFFECTIVE TEACHING, GUIDANCE, AND EVALUATION. AS CLASSROOM LECTURES BECOME, IN EFFECT, PUBLIC APPEARANCES, PREPARATION AND DELIVERY BY THE INSTRUCTOR BECOME MORE METICULOUS, AND STUDENTS EXPECT A HIGHER LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE. LEGAL PROBLEMS ARE FOUND IN MATTERS OF ROYALTIES, RESIDUALS, AND RERUNS. MOST OF THE DIFFICULTIES WHICH ARE EXPECTED AT THE INITIATION OF ITV PROGRAMS CAN BE OVERCOME BY COOPERATIVE PLANNING AMONG TEACHING COLLEAGUES, PREPARATION WITH THE SKILLS OF VISUAL AIDS SPECIALISTS, PRODUCTION IN COOPERATION WITH EXPERIENCED TELEVISION CREWS, AND INTEGRATION INTO THE TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM WITH THE HELP OF COMPETENT CLERICAL PERSONNEL. RESULTS OF STUDIES AND EXPERIENCES WITH INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION ARE CITED. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: Los Angeles City Schools, CA.
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