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ERIC Number: ED032061
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 88
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An Analysis of Certain Elements of an Audio-Tape Approach to Instruction.
Bell, Ronald Ernest
This study was designed to determine the association between selected variables and an audio-tape approach to instruction. Fifty sophomore students enrolled in a physical anthropology course at Shoreline Community College (Washington) participated in an experimental instructional program that consisted of thirty-two audio-tapes and three optional seminars per week. The results of the investigation indicated: a negative relationship existed between the length of tapes and their respective student evaluation; the need for autonomy was positively related to performance on examinations based on the tapes and student evaluation of the tapes; there was no relationship between sex and performance on examinations based on the tests; and attitude toward the tapes followed an "s"-curve with a low period occurring near the middle of the quarter. (MB)
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Identifiers - Location: Washington