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ERIC Number: ED055770
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 160
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An Analysis of a Programmed Instructional Sequence Designed to Teach Piaget's Mental Abilities.
Hagen, David Allan
A programmed instructional sequence was developed and tested with eleven-year-old subjects. The sequence was based on Piaget's theory of learning as it has to do with the development of the concept of proportionality. One treatment group was presented with correct rules after a series of instructional frames. Another group received the same frames except they were to formulate the rules themselves. A third group worked on a different program and served as a control. Half of each treated group viewed an introductory sound film prior to working on the program. Investigator-developed tests revealed that both groups achieved significant gains over the controls. No significant differences were found between sexes or between the two treatment groups. Introductory films showed an additional facilitation. (JG)
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Identifiers: Piaget (Jean)
Note: Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo