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ERIC Number: ED017168
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962-Dec
Pages: 118
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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INTEGRATING PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION WITH CONVENTIONAL CLASSROOM TEACHING.
GOLDBECK, ROBERT A.; AND OTHERS
THREE PHASES OF THIS PROJECT SOUGHT TO INTRODUCE PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION INTO A ONE MONTH UNIT OF A REQUIRED HIGH SCHOOL GOVERNMENT COURSE WITHOUT RADICALLY DISTURBING CONVENTIONAL TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES. PHASE I DETERMINED, EXPERIMENTALLY, SUITABLE PROGRAMING TECHNIQUES. PHASE II INVOLVED ONE YEAR OF PILOT EXPERIMENTS IN THE CLASSROOMS, AND INCLUDED DEVELOPMENT OF CRITERION TEST ITEMS AND WRITING OF DETAILED LESSON PLANS. PHASE III, THE ACTUAL FIELD TEST, USED TWO TEACHERS FOR PROGRAMING AND NON-PROGRAMING CONDITIONS IN CLASSES OF TWO APTITUDE LEVELS. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF QUESTIONNAIRE AND TEST RESULTS SHOWED THAT PROGRAMING COMBINED WITH CONVENTIONAL INSTRUCTION SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED THE AMOUNT OF LEARNING AT BOTH APTITUDE LEVELS AND FOR BOTH TEACHERS. STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARD PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION WERE POSITIVE. APPENDICES TO THIS DOCUMENT INCLUDE EXPERIMENTAL MATERIALS. (LH)
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Authoring Institution: American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences, San Mateo, CA. Peninsula Office.
Identifiers: San Mateo Union High School District CA