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ERIC Number: EJ176972
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Egrule vs. Ruleg Teaching: A Replication
Jacka, B. T.; Hermann, G. D.
Journal of Experimental Education, 46, 1, 15-20, F 77
The hypothesis that "on a new task, elementary school children would perform relatively better on the egrule (discovery) method, and that high school children would perform relatively better on the ruleg (expository) method" was tested by G. D. Hermann (1971). This study replicated Hermann's research using only one of his tasks (map reading) and was part of a larger study investigating the relation between discovery method and anxiety (B. Jacka, 1974). (Author/RK)
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