THE WORTH OF INDIVIDUALIZING INSTRUCTION
Semiannual technical rept. no. 1, May-Oct 1966
SHUFORD-MASSENGILL CORP LEXINGTON MA
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In the worth of individualizing instruction, equations are developed for expressing the cost and gain for applying an instructional sequence. The expected return from assigning instruction on the basis of 1 admissible probability measurement, 2 admissible choice testing, 3 conventional choice testing, 4 prior information only, and 5 matching the average student is computed for each of seven distributions of state of knowledge.
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