ERIC Number: ED046217
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Investigation Into Closed-Circuit Television, Principally as a Component System of Educational Technology Intended for Integrated Teacher Training.
Bjerstedt, Ake; And Others
The value of microteaching is being investigated at Malmo College of Education (Sweden). To study the effects of self-confrontation via closed-circuit television/videotape recording, as compared with the effect of the traditional tutorial model, a "p x q coefficient" experiment with repeated feeding was initiated in the school year 1968-69. During the first phase, Spring Term 1969, and during the second phase, Spring Term 1970, a total of 96 teacher trainees participated as experimental persons. In addition, about 360 pupils belonging to the fourth year of the experimental and demonstration school of the College of Education took part in the experiment and were divided into 24 instructional groups. A panel of four teachers of education assessed the microlessons used for both phases. Processing of the collected data has commenced. Questions the data are expected to answer bear upon the reliability of the panel, the effect of the experience on the participating teacher trainees, the correlation of variables, and the effects of the four different experimental stipulations. The Institute of Education at Malmo School will continue to issue reports on this and similar experiments from time to time. References are given. (MF)
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Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Stockholm School of Education (Sweden). Inst. of Educational Psychology.
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