An Evaluation of the Effects of Repetition of Written Examples in Programmed Instruction for Maintenance Technicians.
ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND TEXARKANA TEX INTERN TRAINING CENTER
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Programmed instruction is a straightforward application of learning theory in which the learner systematically proceeds through a written course o instruction. When used to train technicians, a programmed course of instruction is most effective if some type of practice is provided. The paper is concerned with written examples which provide such practice The effects of written examples are analyzed in terms of the increase in technician capability arising from written examples. Although some general conclusions are presented, the prime objective of the paper is the development of a simple and effective method for determining the effects of written examples. Author
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