ERIC Number: ED076389
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jan
Reference Count: 0
Sequencing of Instructional Activities.
Mowbray, John S., Jr.; Seager, G. Bradley, Jr.
Details are given of a seven-diget coding system used to analyze instructional materials in elementary school mathematics. Four variables are analyzed: the first four digits of the code identify a mathematical concept or skill; the fifth digit identifies the highest cognitive level expected of the student in completing the task; the sixth digit identifies the stage of mastery at which the pupil is expected to perform; and the seventh digit of the code gives the mode of pupil response. Lists of numbers keyed to specified cognitive verbs, stages of mastery, and modes of response are included in this document. An experiment in which pre-service mathematics education majors used this system to code instructional materials is briefly described. (DT)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Shippensburg State Coll., PA.
Note: Mathematics and Computer Preprints Number 15