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ERIC Number: EJ187983
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1978
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Subsumption Versus Educational Set: Implications for Sequencing of Instructional Materials
McDade, Claudia E.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 70, 2, 137-41, Apr 78
Educational psychology undergraduates were taught in alternating instructional sequences; one sequence was a conceptually oriented lecture followed by a factually oriented self-study, the other sequence was a factual self-study followed by a conceptual lecture. Results more closely supported the predictions derived from the educational set position than from the subsumption position. (Author/JAC)
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Language: English
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