EVALUATION PROCEDURE FOR TRAINING AIDS AND DEVICES (1953 FORM).
RICHARDSON BELLOWS HENRY AND CO INC NEW YORK
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This form was constructed to provide a quick method for determining how effective a training aid or device is and whether the device should be modified, used differently, or abondoned. The more effective a device, the more it helps the teacher to teach and the student to learn. This form was tested in a wide variety of training situations with many different devices and was found to be a useful method for determining the effectiveness of a training aid or device. It can be used for such training devices as mock-ups, cutaways, modified operational equipment and complex trainers. It does not apply to films, slides, projectors, charts, blackboards or training aids similar to these.
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