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ERIC Number: ED017162
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Nov
Pages: 139
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PROGRAMMING VISUAL PRESENTATIONS FOR PROCEDURAL LEARNING. STUDIES IN TELEVISED INSTRUCTION. FINAL REPORT.
GROPPER, GEORGE L.
TWO EXPERIMENTS WITH GRADE 7 STUDENTS INVESTIGATED USE OF VIDEO TAPED, PROGRAMED DEMONSTRATIONS FOR LEARNING TO ASSEMBLE AN ELECTRICAL MOTOR. INDEPENDENT VARIABLES WERE SIZE OF DEMONSTRATION UNIT AND MODE OF PRACTICE (ACTUAL VERSUS RECOGNITION). RESULTS SHOWED THAT THE LARGER THE UNIT, THE MORE ERRORS STUDENTS COMMITTED DURING PRACTICE, AND THIS WAS SIGNIFICANT FOR LOW IQ STUDENTS, BUT AFFECTED STUDENTS IN THE RECOGNITION PRACTICE CONDITION LESS. ADDED RECOGNITION PRACTICE AND PRE-CRITERION ACTUAL PRACTICE LED TO FEWER ERRORS, AND IN EXPERIMENT 2, THE RELATIONSHIP WAS STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT. METHODS FOR TEACHING PROCEDURAL LEARNING WERE DISCUSSED, WITH "FORWARD ORDER" FAVORED. SUPPLEMENTARY APPENDICES PRESENT EXPERIMENTAL MATERIALS. (LH)
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Authoring Institution: American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences, Pittsburgh, PA.
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