ERIC Number: ED041133
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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Illustrated Instruction Sheets as a Supplement to Teaching Manipulative Operations in Graphic Arts Via Video Taped Closed Circuit Television.
Herr, James F.
A total of 68 introductory graphic arts students were involved in this two-group controlled experiment. One group was assigned illustrated and the other non-illustrated procedure sheets to supplement closed circuit televised instruction and one instructor. Pretests and posttests were administered to determine the relative effectiveness of each approach on the dependent variables. Some of the findings and conclusions are: (1) Illustrated instruction sheets were significantly superior to the use of non-illustrated sheets with regard to manipulative performance, (2) The group using illustrated instruction sheets required less laboratory time and assistance, (3) High ability students achieved at a significantly greater level in informational achievement and retention and had a significantly more positive attitude toward graphic arts than low ability students, and (4) Illustrated instruction sheets may be expected to result in a better quality of work with respect to manipulative performance. This Ed.D. thesis was submitted to the University of Missouri. (GR)
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Closed Circuit Television, Doctoral Dissertations, Educational Media, Graphic Arts, Industrial Arts, Instructional Materials, Programed Instructional Materials, Teacher Developed Materials
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