Instructional television and student attitudes toward teacher, course, and medium
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Summary and conclusions
Semantic Differential data were obtained from 234 ninth graders who had just completed an algebra course which included a televised lecture presenting a new approach to the subject matter, and from 269 pupils who had had algebra taught in the usual way.
KeywordsClassroom Teacher Student Attitude Ninth Grade Instructional Television Math Teacher
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