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ERIC Number: ED105869
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
Pages: 47
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Intermittent Feedback Schedules in Videotaped Programmed Instruction.
Burdman, Robert
To determine the effect of intermittent information feedback schedules on content error rate, recall and retention of videotaped programed materials viewed under group-paced conditions, 60 students were randomly assigned to four groups. Each group viewed a sequence of 240 frames, with the ratio of question frames to answer frames fixed or variable. In the experimental groups, every other or every third task frame was followed by an information frame. After the viewing, a 45-minute recall test was given. Retention tests were administered seven days later. Results showed no significant difference in error rate, recall or retention among the four groups tested. (SK)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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