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ERIC Number: ED123254
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Apr
Pages: 36
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Measuring the Effects of a Protocol Film Series: Instrument Development and Use.
Pugh, Richard C.; Gliessman, David
The effects of the protocol film series, Concepts and Patterns in Teacher-Pupil Interaction, were measured by a film-based test after the test had undergone validation. The test, Categorizing Teacher Behavior, evidenced a high level of reliability and validity in a graduate level course in educational psychology. The test was judged valid by a jury of experts and showed a significant increase in mean test performance from a pretest situation to a posttest situation. Further, there was a significant decrease in variances from pretest to posttest. There was evidence that the use of the Concept and Pattern films in an instructional setting (a course in educational psychology) had a significant effect on concept acquisition as measured by the film-based test. The evidence suggests that there was a gain on all of the concepts (probing, informing, approving, disapproving, productive questioning, and reproductive questioning) from a time period prior to instruction to a time period after instruction. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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