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ERIC Number: ED050575
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jan
Pages: 25
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A Comparison Between Two Methods for Display of Programmed Diagnostic Tests.
Graham, Peter
Two methods for presentation of programed diagnostic tests were compared. One method used a five-screen, tape and slide format and the other used television in the form of videotape recording. The electronics course used for the study employed 10 diagnostic tests, five for each method. Evaluation was made on the basis of test scores and attitude tests. There was no significant difference in the measuring capacity of the two methods, but the students' attitudes, as measured by direct questions and attendance figures, favored the tape/slide form of presentation. (Author/JK)
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Sponsor: Stockholm School of Education (Sweden). Inst. of Educational Psychology.
Authoring Institution: Royal Inst. of Tech., Stockholm (Sweden).
Note: Prepared by the Research Group on Educational Electronics