Factors Related to Developing Instructional Information Sequences: Phase I.
Final rept. Apr-Aug 73,
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV FORT WORTH
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The report represents Phase I of a two phased research effort directed toward the development and implementation of an objective methodology for determining effective instructional sequences for technical training material. Technical concepts embedded within technical material were subjected to Inscal Multidimensional Scaling to determine the complexity and concept interrelationships of unrevised material, presently employed in three Air Force technical courses. Revision of the material according to different principles of sequencing concepts was accomplished. Pictorial and print material versions to include corresponding pictorial and print multiple choice tests were developed. Conclusions from three Phase I pilot studies conducted to select parameter values for the Phase II main experiment are presented. Modified author abstract
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