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ERIC Number: ED055038
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jul
Pages: 83
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Reference Count: 0
The Effect of Video Taped Modeling Procedures on the Verbal Behaviors of Student Teachers. Final Report.
Murray, C. Kenneth; Fitzgerald, Russell
This investigation was designed to determine the effects of a perceptual modeling concept on the verbal behaviors of student teachers in their student teaching experience. The major objectives were 1) to determine the effects on verbal behavior of a videotape versus a verbal presentation of an interaction analysis system, and 2) to identify those behaviors most affected by a perceptual modeling concept of a modified Flanders Interaction Analysis System. The 52 subjects included 14 social studies majors, 14 language arts majors, 14 science majors, and 10 math majors, and they were randomly assigned to experimental and control groups. The subjects were observed in school situations by three observers using a modified Flanders instrument. The interaction analysis raw data were recorded on IBM cards and mean percent scores and ratios for each group were obtained through a special computer program. A multiple t test program was used to compare the selected verbal variables of the groups. The findings indicated that student teachers who received a perceptual modeling concept presentation of interaction analysis during their preservice training showed significantly different verbal behavior in their classroom assignments as measured by a modified Flanders System of Interaction Analysis than those who did not. [Related to ED 048 110.] (MBM)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Concord Coll., Athens, WV.; West Virginia Univ., Morgantown.
Identifiers: Flanders System of Interaction Analysis