The Effects of Various Review Paradigms on Performance in an Individualized Computer-Managed Undergraduate Course.
FLORIDA STATE UNIV TALLAHASSEE COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION CENTER
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The objective of the study was to investigate how to plan reviews within an individualized self-paced undergraduate course. The students who enrolled in Health Education 319 for the Spring Quarter, 1971, served as subjects in this experiment. The following specific questions were investigated will reviews facilitate retention which review format will be more effective, objective questions or paragraph-like statements how will the placement of reviews affect retention what will be the effect of student pacing on performance, with or without reviews and how will students react state anxiety and attitude to the changes in course procedures which result from including reviews within the course. Author
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