DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION FOR NAVY ELECTRONICS TRAINING:1. ALTERNATING CURRENT FUNDAMENTALS.
NAVAL PERSONNEL AND TRAINING RESEARCH LAB SAN DIEGO CALIF
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The report presents results of development and evaluation of the first computer assisted instruction CAI course segment for basic electronics. Following student tryout and revision the CAI segment was evaluated by comparing achievement and time scores of students who received training on the CAI segment with students who received normal classroom training. Fifty-one students were randomly selected from classes and assigned to CAI training, and the remaining 200 students in these classes served as the control group. At the end of training both groups took the standard school examination on this segment and a supplementary test which covered school objectives not tested by the particular school examinations in use at the time. Author
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