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ERIC Number: ED015651
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 75
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PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION PROJECT. ANNUAL REPORT, 1964-65.
FANNING, ROBERT J.
GOALS OF THE PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION PROJECT, IN ITS THIRD YEAR IN 1964-65, ARE TO STUDY USE OF COMMERCIALLY-PREPARED PROGRAMS IN 32 SELECTED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, TO PREPARE READING IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS FOR SLOW ELEMENTARY READERS, AND TO CHRONICLE AND REPORT DEVELOPMENTS IN PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION. INTEREST IN TEACHING MACHINES AND PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION IS ACCOMODATED THROUGH TALKS AT PRINCIPALS' CONFERENCES, PARENTS' WORKSHOPS, AND CONVENTIONS. 95 TEACHERS AND 3325 PUPILS WITH DIVERSE CHARACTERISTICS PARTICIPATED IN THE PROJECT DURING 1964-65. INSTRUMENTS USED TO EVALUATE THE COMMERCIAL PROGRAMS INCLUDED PRE- AND POST-TESTS OF ABILITY, TEACHER AND PUPIL SELF-REPORTS, AND QUESTIONNAIRES. THIS DOCUMENT INCLUDES COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION ON COMMERCIAL PROGRAMS BEING USED, A LIST OF TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS USING THEM, AN OPTIMISTIC PROGRESS REPORT OF PRE-TESTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE READING PROGRAMS, LONG BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION RESEARCH AND OF COMMERCIAL PROGRAMS, AND SAMPLE TEACHERS' GUIDES TO THE PROGRAMS, AND TESTS. (LH)
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Authoring Institution: New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY.
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