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Training for Telecommunications: Examining the Effects of Video- and Computer-Based Instruction on Preservice Teachers' Achievement, Near-Transfer Performance, and Perception of Instruction
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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 13, Number 3, ISSN 1040-2454

Abstract

Discusses the results of two different delivery methods (video and computer-based instruction) for teaching preservice educators how to use an electronic mail system. Analysis of student questionnaires and achievement found significant differences between the methods on students' perceptions of instruction and near-transfer performance (favoring the computer-based instruction group). (SM)

Citation

Ivers, K.S. & Barron, A.E. (1997). Training for Telecommunications: Examining the Effects of Video- and Computer-Based Instruction on Preservice Teachers' Achievement, Near-Transfer Performance, and Perception of Instruction. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 13(3), 23-29. Retrieved December 5, 2019 from .

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