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ERIC Number: ED031095
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Jan
Pages: 81
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Reference Count: 0
A Study of Change in Selected Teacher Education Interns' Behavior Using Videotape Recordings. Final Report.
Roush, Robert E.
Statistical analysis of the videotape recorder as a feedback device used to train teacher interns produced four conclusions: that videotape feedback to teacher interns did not produce behavioral changes significantly different from those teacher interns who did not receive feedback; that the addition of inputs such as critique and type scripts did not produce behavioral changes significantly different from those teacher interns who received video-audio feedback; that the time interval between treatment sessions did not produce significantly different behavioral changes between teacher interns' initial status and their final status; and that the interaction of treatments and time interval did not produce significant differences between the groups' means. Twenty-five Teacher Corps interns were placed in five groups and were videotaped three times in 20-minute sessions. Each group was given different treatment: video feedback only; video-audio feedback; audio feedback only; video-audio feedback including critique and type script; and no feedback. All of the videotape recordings were coded with the Flanders Verbal Interaction Analysis System by two independent coders. The statistical analysis was accomplished by using a 3x5 Type I Lindquist Analysis of Variance Design. (MM)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Houston Univ., TX.
Identifiers: Flanders System of Interaction Analysis