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ERIC Number: ED125695
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 25
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Televised Versus In-Class Instruction--What the Literature Implies.
Segalla, Angelo
This paper presents a review of research on the effectiveness of educational television compared to traditional face-to-face instruction. The studies reviewed are presented under seven rubrics: TV as a catalyst for learning; two-way TV; use of commercial TV shows; simulation of a real situation; TV integrated as part of the classroom lecture; TV courses instead of lecture in the classroom; and TV courses in the home. The author concludes that while TV has proved effective for teaching basic knowledge, it is deficient for teaching cognitive skills requiring more than "level I" knowledge. A bibliography is appended (the latest reference is to a 1975 publication). (BB)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Authoring Institution: Golden West Coll., Huntington Beach, CA.