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ERIC Number: ED053969
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 146
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A Comparison of Learning Outcomes in CBA Chemistry when Group and Individualized Instruction Techniques are Employed.
Krockover, Gerald Howard
Grade 10 students using the Chemical Bond Approach (CBA) materials in a typical classroom setting with large group instruction were compared with students in an "individualized" class using a laboratory-centered, self-paced approach. Both groups were initially comparable with respect to grade nine scores on the "Iowa Test of Educational Development". Students in the individualized class rated their teacher significantly higher than students in the larger group, and stated that their ability to organize their work increased. The scores of the two groups of students were not significantly different on the following tests: "American Chemical Society Cooperative Examination-General Chemistry", "Test on Understanding Science, Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal", the "Prouse Subject Preference", six CBA achievement tests, and the final examination. (Author/AL)
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Identifiers: Chemical Bond Approach
Note: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Iowa