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ERIC Number: ED019883
Record Type: RIE
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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SELF INSTRUCTION IN TEACHER EDUCATION USING MODELLING AND VIDEO TAPE FEEDBACK.
YOUNG, DAVID B.
TO COMPARE MODES OF TRAINING TEACHERS IN THE LECTURING SKILL OF REDUNDANCY WITHOUT USING DIRECT SUPERVISORY-TEACHER CONFERENCES, 94 TEACHER INTERNS WERE RANDOMLY GROUPED FOR SIX EXPERIMENTAL TREATMENTS. A RECORDING OF THE INTERN'S CLASSROOM PERFORMANCE WAS FOLLOWED TWICE BY A TRAINING SESSION AND ANOTHER RECORDING. TREATMENTS WERE--VIEWING A MODEL PERFORMANCE BY AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER WITH AND WITHOUT CONCURRENTLY RECORDED ("CONTINGENT") COMMENTS ABOUT THE SKILL, VIEWING SPECIFIC ILLUSTRATIONS OF REDUNDANCY OUTSIDE A LESSON CONTEXT, AND VIEWING AN INTERN'S OWN TAPED PERFORMANCE WITH AND WITHOUT CONTINGENT COMMENTS RECORDED BY THE EXPERIMENTER. ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE WAS PERFORMED ON SCORES OBTAINED BY OBSERVATION OF 19 DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE VARIABLES REGARDING VISUAL HIGHLIGHTS AND VERBAL REDUNDANCY. RESULTS INDICATED THAT SPECIFIC ILLUSTRATIONS WERE NOT AS EFFECTIVE ALONE AS WHEN THEY WERE COMBINED WITH A CONTINGENT FOCUS, ESPECIALLY FOR VISUAL HIGHLIGHTING EFFECTS WHERE THE RANGE OF EXAMPLES IS GREATER. ALTHOUGH STRONG TRENDS SHOWED THAT VIEWING ONE'S OWN PERFORMANCE WITH A CONTINGENT FOCUS WAS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN WITH A NONCONTINGENT FOCUS, FURTHER INVESTIGATION MUST ACCOUNT FOR VARIATIONS IN LECTURE CONTENT AND EFFECTIVENESS OF DIFFERENT MODELS FOR DIFFERENT TEACHING SKILLS. THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING (CHICAGO, FEB. 7-10, 1968). (LH)
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