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The effect of television instruction on individual learning curves
Robert E. Stake
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Learning curve analysis is developed as a tool to estimate the recurring costs in an assembly or production process. Two predominant theories on learning curves include: Unit Theory and Cumulative Average Theory. This chapter introduces the concept of learning curves and explains Unit Theory principles in great detail. Reported is a study to determine the effectiveness of televised instruction to aid in changing attitude toward problem solving. A total of students, in grades 5 and 6, participated in the experimental and control groups in typical rural and urban schools. A program series, The Televised Learning Package or Challenge, was used with the experimental group to effect attitudinal change.
Introduction. Television (TV), as one of the popular and most effective media, plays a major role in formation of behaviors, beliefs, emotions, and individual personality as well as social relationships ().Watching TV is a main hobby in people’s lives and has notable impacts on all age groups, particularly children and adolescents ().Due to the expanded use of TV, families need to improve. The existing research on television of interest to educators was analyzed and found to be grouped into four general categories: (a) studies of the general social effects of television, (b) content analyses, (c) studies of the educational effects of television, and (d) technical studies. Studies in each of these four categories were reviewed and generalizations drawn from them.
Motivation. Of all of the factors that can affect how people learn, motivation might be the most important. Someone who is motivated to learn a particular task or bit of information generally succeeds, even if she has to work long and hard to do so. Dora the Explorer is an animated children's television series on Nickelodeon starring a 7-year-old Latina girl and her friends. The show is designed to actively engage preschoolers in a play-along, computer-style adventure. Dora the Explorer teaches children how to observe situations and solve problems as they explore Dora's world with her. Along the way, kids learn basic Spanish words and.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stake, Robert E. Effect of television instruction on individual learning curves. [Lincoln]: [University of Nebraska], the effect of television instruction on individual learning curves.
STAKE, ROBERT E. THIS RESEARCH WAS DESIGNED TO TEST THE HYPOTHESIS THAT THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FORMAL LEARNING CURVES OF STUDENTS TAUGHT SPANISH IN A TELEVISION-CORRESPONDENCE COURSE AND THOSE TAUGHT SPANISH IN THE CONVENTIONAL MANNER. Scott MacKenzie, in Human-computer Interaction, Group effects and asymmetric skill transfer.
If the learning effect is the same from condition to condition in a within-subjects design, then the group means on a dependent variable should be approximately equal. 11 This was demonstrated above (see Figure ).In other words, the advantage due to practice for a condition tested. Impaired Learning to Learn.
When television first became popular aroundit was dominated by such shows as the Milton Berle comedy hour, “I Love Lucy,” and professional wrestling. The plateau effect is a force of nature that lessens the effectiveness of once effective measures over time. An example of the plateau effect is when someone's exercise fails to be as effective as in the past, similar to the concept of diminishing returns.A person enters into a period where there is no improvement or a decrease in performance.
The learning curve is a visual representation of how long it takes to acquire new skills or knowledge. In business, the slope of the learning curve represents the rate in which learning. Another is that disruptions to individual learning can be beneficial to organizations in the long run, whereas disruptions to collective learning are detrimental in the short and long run.
We discuss the factors that might help organizations mitigate the negative effects of disruption so that learning can occur amid even the most disruptive events.
form of straight-line trends rather than “learning curves” (since the logarithmic scale straightens out the traditional learning curve) formed by sequences of daily frequency measures on the chart.
By using daily charts, teachers and students were able to make timely decisions about the effectiveness of methods and. Learning curve Gradual. Pretty steep Gradual. Gradual. Pretty steep Steep. User interface Point-and-click. Programming.
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Very. Learning curves are captured at one point in time when output is increased. Learning curves can be observed in manufacturing processes and professional services. As cumulative output increases, the learning curve becomes less steep. The steeper the learning curve, the lesser the learning effects.
This paper illustrates how a learning-curve model can be generalized to investigate potential explanations of organizational learning. The paper examines the hypothesis that knowledge acquired through by learning by doing is embodied in an organization's technology by analyzing the amount of transfer that occurs across shifts within a plant.
This creates a learning curve where the th unit produced may require 20% less time than the th unit. The issue of the effect of learning and forgetting on productivity is an important one. InArgote and Epple noted: “Large increases in productivity are typically realized as organization gain experience in production.
The foregoing are only a few of the ramifications of the effect of learning curves. With this in mind, let us look at three ways to approach the mathematics of learning curves: arith-metic analysis, logarithmic analysis, and learning-curve coefficients.
Arithmetic Approach The arithmetic approach is the simplest approach to learning-curve problems. Learning curve Individual learning Organizational learning A learning curve is a line displaying the relationship between unit production time and the cumulative number of units produced.
Learning (or experience) curve theory has a wide range of application in the business world. And this style of learning is, by its nature, hostile to what has been called book learning or its handmaiden, school learning. If we are to blame "Sesame Street" for anything, it is for the.
Learning curves may refer to a specific task or a body of knowledge. Hermann Ebbinghaus first described the learning curve in in the field of the psychology of learning, although the name did not come into use until In Theodore Paul Wright described the effect of learning on production costs in the aircraft industry.
Visit this article for learning definition in education. Concept of teaching. Teaching is a process in which one individual teaches or instruct another individual. Teaching is considered as the act of imparting instructions to the learners in the classroom situation.
It is watching systematically. New and emerging video technologies can improve affordances for novice or average users, but there is still a learning curve to adopting and applying video to online instruction.
Accessibility Instructors and learners in online courses bring a range of physical, intellectual and emotional skills and abilities to the learning.
I spent some time with this book before coming to Prague, and still am using it 2 months in. This book covers the vast majority of the Czech grammar (basic language through past and future tense, constructing adjectives, the case system, etc) in a small space.
The effects of television viewing on child development have aroused a range of reactions from researchers, parents, and politicians that has fueled a. Auditory learners generally remember what their teacher says and readily participate in class.
They are good listeners and often very social, which means they can sometimes get distracted from the lesson by everything else going on in the classroom.
Auditory learning methods range from studying with voice recordings to memorizing vocabulary words by inventing short songs.The effects of television and media have been a point of much discussion and study among psychologists, paediatricians, educators and policymakers.
However, the significance of this study in particular was that it focused on the effects of one cartoon in particular, SpongeBob SquarePants (Hutchson, C.
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