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Anticol, David – Adult Higher Education Alliance, 2019
In today's educational and workforce settings, the desire is for students to not only have "book knowledge" but also the ability to implement that knowledge into skills and abilities. Those desires are often met with decreasing time and money in order to help foster those knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA). Experimental Learning is a…
Descriptors: Experimental Programs, Nontraditional Education, Nontraditional Students, Military Training
Meyer, Bonnie J. F. – 1981
Research is examined on learning and memory from text across the adult life span. The outcomes of the extant studies are contradictory. Clarification of these confusing findings is obtained by examining variations in the learner variables of education level and performance on vocabulary tests. Problems are considered in equating the learner…
Descriptors: Adult Learning, Adults, Age Differences, Aging (Individuals)
Heidotting, Terri; And Others – 1994
The objective of this study was to evaluate quantitatively through meta analysis the effectiveness of child sexual-abuse prevention programs conducted over the past 10 years. Eighteen controlled studies evaluating such programs were coded for salient features and study outcomes and were then described using the common scale of effect size. An…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Comparative Analysis, Effect Size, Elementary Education
Semb, George B.; Ellis, John A. – 1992
The question examined in this paper is: what is known exactly about variables that affect long-term retention of knowledge learned in school? U. Neisser (1982) asserts that "it is difficult to find even a single study, ancient or modern, of what is retained from academic instruction." Further, popular belief holds that much of the knowledge…
Descriptors: College Graduates, Educational Research, Higher Education, Individual Differences
Williamson, Julia – 1989
The difference between acquiring knowledge of a word's meaning and knowing a word well enough for it to aid in the comprehension of a text is investigated by reviewing the most recent findings in the field of vocabulary acquisition. The assumption that vocabulary items are learned through context when the meaning of unknown words can be gleaned…
Descriptors: Context Clues, English (Second Language), Language Processing, Language Research
Gilmartin, Kevin J. – 1979
This paper reports on the educational status of women and ethnic minorities. The first part of the paper presents a literature review containing overviews of the past and present status of women and minorities in education and briefly discusses the concept of equality of educational opportunity. The second part of the paper, which comprises the…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Administration, Black Education, Educational Environment
Meyer, Bonnie J. F. – 1980
B. J. F. Meyer's approach to prose analysis is utilized in this paper to examine differences in learning and memory of text by readers across the adult lifespan. The analysis system is described briefly and compared to other approaches. Several studies are then summarized that employ this hierarchical analysis system to study learner…
Descriptors: Adult Learning, Cognitive Style, Learning Processes, Memory
Hinton, John R. – 1978
Literature on individualized learning appearing in the past three years includes many reports which are rewritings from the same data; however, generalizable results do exist for the practitioner. Individualized instruction systems work as well or better than traditional, conventional instruction. Students learn more, make higher grades, save…
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Competency Based Education, Cost Effectiveness, Educational Research
Sietsema, Douglas J. – 1979
Empirical research is reviewed in the area of cognitive psychology pertaining to models of human memory. Research evidence and theoretical considerations are combined to develop guidelines for future theory development related to the human memory. The following theoretical constructs and variables are discussed: (1) storage versus process…
Descriptors: Abstract Reasoning, Cognitive Processes, Learning Processes, Learning Theories
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Bauer, Patricia J. – American Psychologist, 1996
Reviews research that demonstrates that children in the one- to two-year age range are able to remember specific events over weeks and months. Recall is influenced by what young children are asked to remember, the number of times they experience events, and the availability of cues or reminders. (SLD)
Descriptors: Child Development, Cues, Familiarity, Infants
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Semb, George B.; Ellis, John A. – Review of Educational Research, 1994
Studies of long-term retention of what is taught in the classroom (62 articles) were reviewed. It is concluded that students retain much of what they are taught, that retention decreases over time, and that increasing original learning affects retention. Effects of instructional strategy and ability are discussed. (SLD)
Descriptors: Ability, Elementary Secondary Education, Knowledge Level, Learning
Roberts, Dennis M. – 1982
The effectiveness of the Dwyer heart materials in facilitating learning and retention of information related to the heart under normal research conditions was investigated. Previous studies have focused on the manipulation of stimulus dimensions and not the effectiveness of the materials themselves. Data from three previous studies were compared…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Autoinstructional Aids, College Students, Cues
Metallinos, Nikos; Chartrand, Sylvie – 1987
This exploratory study of the effects of the new visual communications media imagery (e.g., video games, digital television, and computer graphics) on the visual perception process is designed to provide a theoretical framework for research, introduce appropriate research instruments for such study, and experiment with the application of biometric…
Descriptors: Auditory Stimuli, Comprehension, Computer Graphics, Measurement Equipment
Berry, Colin – 1986
The results of research on the amount of information retained by television viewers from weather broadcasts suggest that audiences retain little information on weather conditions even though they are interested in it, and that more information is retained when the report is presented via the spoken word than with extensive use of visuals. An…
Descriptors: Audience Analysis, Comparative Analysis, Foreign Countries, Intermode Differences
Mayer, John D.; Bower, Gordon H. – 1986
The mood-dependent retrieval hypothesis states that mood will enhance recall by acting as a recall cue if the stimuli have been learned initially in the same mood. Material learned in a happy mood will be best recalled when the person returns to a happy mood; the same holds for a sad mood. Mood-dependent retrieval effect has been regulary…
Descriptors: Cues, Recall (Psychology), Research Problems, Retention (Psychology)
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