The use and evaluation of video supplements in the teaching of introductory psychology

Hart, Kenneth E.; Stevens, Kevin
June 1995
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun95, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p103
Academic Journal
Describes a method for the integration of audio-visual presentations into traditional class instruction in introductory psychology. Use of audio-visual technology; Quantitative in-class video evaluations; Outcome evaluation; Test-retest stability of the educational impact of videos; Video learning goals.


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