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ERIC Number: ED021778
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1967-Aug
Pages: 336
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Self Instructional Materials for Research Training. Supporting Document to a Final Report.
Hamreus, Dale G.
This self-instruction manual, developed for use in the 1967 National Research Training Institute for Participants in Consortium Research Development (CORD) projects, is designed to provide the user with basic information needed to (1) plan and produce an improved instructional system and (2) plan and conduct research related to instruction. It was used in conjunction with practice sessions and criterion testing. Bibliographies appear in 6 of the 10 sections. In "Orientation and Overview" Jack V. Elding outlines the first part of the individualized course in terms of an 11-step system design for instruction development. Step 1, "The Specification of Behavioral Objectives," is presented by Casper F. Paulson. "Objective Analysis of Instructional Specifications" by Paul A. Twelker encompasses the 4 planning steps of the design. H. Del Schalock deals with the "Construction of Performance Measures" step, and Dale G. Hamreus with "Instructional System Development" (the final 5 steps of production, try-out, analysis, modification, and recycling). The testing of the system through research constitutes the second part of the course: "Research Design" by John Gordon, Jr., "Data Analysis" by James H. Beaird, and "Proposal Writing" by Jack Crawford. Appendixes include lists of research fund sources and information on USOE research support. (JS)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Oregon State System of Higher Education, Monmouth. Teaching Research Div.