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ERIC Number: ED018998
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Jan-30
Pages: 1
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FIRST RESULTS OF WORK WITH A PROGRAMMED TEXTBOOK.
DOROSHKEVICH, A.M.
PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION STRICTLY CONTROLS THE SEQUENCE, AMOUNT, AND CONTENT OF THE INFORMATION PRESENTED TO STUDENTS. TO TEST ACHIEVEMENT FROM PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION, COLLEGE STUDENTS USED A MECHANICS TEXT THAT SPECIFIED PERIODIC TEACHER-PUPIL DISCUSSION AND REPETITIVE ACHIEVEMENT TESTS, AND REQUIRED SOME RELIANCE ON PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE IN RELATED FIELDS. EVEN THOUGH ABILITY OF THE 19 SUBJECTS USING THE TEXT VARIED GREATLY, THE GRADE DISTRIBUTION ON A SHORT POST-TEST SHOWED THEM TO BE SLIGHTLY SUPERIOR. THIS ARTICLE WAS TRANSLATED FROM THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE PUBLICATION "VESTNIK VYSSKEY SHKOLY," MOSCOW, VOLUME 21, NUMBER 8, AUGUST 1963, AND IS AVAILABLE FROM THE OFFICE OF TECHNICAL SERVICES, JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE, BUILDING TEMPO E, EAST ADAMS DRIVE, 4TH AND 6TH STREETS, S.W., WASHINGTON, D.C. 20443. (LH)
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Authoring Institution: Joint Publications Research Service, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: MOSCOW; Moscow Printing Institute (USSR); USSR