AN EVALUATION OF PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION FOR TEACHING FACTS AND CONCEPTS.
Final rept., Apr 64-Aug 65,
CINCINNATI UNIV OH
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The study evaluated five methods of teaching an academic topic Bill of Rights to high school classes. The five methods were 1 linear program in class, 2 linear program as homework plus discussion in class, 3 text version of linear program in class, 4 text version of linear program as homework plus discussion in class, and 5 conventional lecture-discussion method in class. The linear program alone provided the best results when measured both for the learning of factual material and general concepts about the topic. The linear program was best for high, intermediate, and lower levels of scholastic aptitude. Author
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