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ERIC Number: ED076341
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 111
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Toward a Theory of Sequencing: Study 3-2: An Exploration of Transitivities Formulated From a Set of Piagetian-Derived Operations and Their Implications in Traversing Learning Hierarchies.
Hopkins, Layne Victor
Certain transitivity relationships formulated from reversible operations were examined. Thirty randomly selected fifth grade students received instructional episodes, developed for each identified behavioral objective and its inverse (on unspecified content), presented via the IBM 1500 Instructional Computer System. It was found that students who were able to demonstrate mastery (at the 80 percent level) on one or both of a pair of reversible operations formulated from a given instructional objective and its inverse were not able to demonstrate mastery without explicit instruction on transfer objectives (formulated from a given objective, its inverse, and a selected transitivity relationship). (Author/MS)
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Note: Ph.D. Dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University