ERIC Number: ED234750
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: 0
Individualizing Instruction through Interactive Video.
Gratz, Elizabeth W.; Reeve, Robert H.
The viability of interactive video as a method of individualizing instruction was studied using classroom management situations dealing with cheating as the program content. Students completing the program were to select the correct statement about the observed student behavior in brief video scenes, the teacher action appropriate to that behavior, and the probable result of the action. The interactive program on videotape was encoded by the SONY Cue Programmer to be used with the SONY Interactive Video Responder and Printer. Subjects were 60 students enrolled in a required Admission to Teacher Education Course at Pan American University. A criterion test, used as both a pretest and posttest, consisted of four brief video scenes and three multiple-choice questions to be answered following the viewing of each scene. Results indicated no mean difference between the pretest and posttest, no mean difference between the treatment and no treatment groups, and no interaction between pretesting and treatment conditions in this pilot study. Four references are listed. (LMM)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Interactive Video