Revision and field test of a self-instructional program on the sewing machine

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Sarah M. Shoffner, Adjunct Faculty (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Hildegarde Johnson

Abstract: The purposes of this study were to revise and field test the self-instructional program on the sowing machine developed by Moore. Revisions of the Sewing Machine Program, prepared from the recommendations of a preliminary field test, included the addition of (l) performance frames, (2) sections of frames for objectives not programed in the first edition, (3) colored frames for various models of sewing machines, (4) an introduction to programed instruction for the students, and (5) a number of illustrations. The revised program contained 340 frames of which 71 were "no response" frames and 123 were frames requiring performance at a sewing machine. Fifteen responses were teacher-reinforced.

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Language: English
Date: 1964

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