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ERIC Number: ED052251
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Feb
Pages: 15
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Student Evaluation of the Television Course "Using Tests Intelligently."
Stodola, Quentin C.
The results of a student evaluation of a television course on tests and measurements offered by the Extension Service, California State College, Los Angeles, California, are presented. The evaluation form, which was general in nature, was completed by 157 students who finished the course. Questions asked were: (1) How did you find out about the course? (2) What is your occupation? (3) How useful was the course in general? (4) How helpful was the textbook? (5) How helpful were the unit tests? (6) What did you like best about the course? (7) How could the course have been improved? (8) How difficult was the course? (9) Would you enroll for another course of this design in the field of education and psychology? (10) What other television courses do you wish to be offered? Tables summarizing the student responses and a discussion of the data are presented in the document. Results demonstrated that the course was well received and perceived as a useful learning experience. Problems in future presentation of the course are also discussed. (AE)
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, New York, February 1971