Evaluation of by-passing as a technique for adjusting a self-instructional clothing program to initial individual differences

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Mae Gregory Murphy (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Hildegarde Johnson

Abstract: The purposes of this study were to initiate a by-pass system into the self-instructional clothing program developed as a part of the U. S. Office of Education Cooperative Research Project No. 5-1042 and to appraise the gated program using a field test as a source of data. Preparation of the gated program included: (1) the division of the 772 program frames into small sections of frames which could be by-passed, (2) the designation of criterion frames in the sections as gate frames, (3) the division of gate frames into student-controlled and teacher-controlled gates, and (4) the development of an answer booklet for the gated program including instructions for using the by-pass. Of the seventy-five gate frames, fifty-two were student-controlled and twenty-three were teacher-controlled.

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Language: English
Date: 1967

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