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ERIC Number: EJ013595
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1969
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The Effects of Programmed Instruction in a College Physical Science Course for Nonscience Students
Moriber, George
J Res Sci Teaching, 6, 3, 214-216, 69
Describes procedures, results, and conclusions of a study designed to compare the effectiveness of a three-week programmed unit in atomic theory and chemical bonding for nonscience students with a conventional lecture-demonstration method of instruction. The unit and evaluation instruments were author-constructed. The study involved 240 students. Immediate gains favored students using programs. There was no significant difference in retention. Bibliography. (LC)
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