Comparison of instructional television and audio-tutorial methods with the traditional method of teaching body measurement, pattern alteration, and garment fitting Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of television lectures and television lectures reinforced with two types of recorded media (audio-slide kits and super 8mm movies with sound) with the traditional lecture method of teaching three selected lessons of clothing construction. The research was conducted winter and spring terms of 1970, using members of the clothing construction course, CT 213X. Criterion for measurement was pre- and post-testing of the students. Results indicated that television was the least effective method of teaching. There were no significant differences among the other three teaching methods. Subjective evaluation of students' work by laboratory instructors indicated that students who were in the group taught by television and super 8mm movies were most often ranked "excellent" and "good" for the four assignments evaluated. Student opinions revealed that students were generally more favorable than unfavorable toward recorded media. The most negative response was that of students who viewed television and objected to not being able to ask questions during or immediately after the telecast. As a result of this study recommendations were that: more development of media be done in the field of clothing and textiles, discussion periods follow television lectures, handout materials be developed for use with television lectures, more work be done with single concept films, accessibility to reinforcement materials be implemented, and further research be done using a multi-media approach to teach clothing concepts.
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