A Comparison Study of the Learning Effectiveness of
Computer Aided Instruction vs. Classroom Lecture
|by Rick Mills|
data: satisfaction: CAI group[ This data is summarized in Table 3. ]
classroom group) CAI group 1. I am a member of the 0 29
Questions 2, 3, and 4 were for the classroom group [appendix F].
strongly disagree disagree neutral agree strongly agree not applicable 5. The computer-aided instruction (CAI) method is appropriate for this topic (Electrical Circuits and Measurements). 1 2 4 11 5 0
Questions 6 and 7 were short answer questions and are not tabulated here.
much too slowly too slowly at an adequate speed too quickly much too quickly 8. How do you rate the speed of the presentation of the training? The material is presented... 0 0 22 0 1
Question 9 asked the learners to rate the printed handouts. These were considered at the beginning of course development, but were never produced; although the question inadvertently remained on the survey. Learners were asked to disregard this question.
strongly disagree disagree neutral agree strongly agree not applicable 10. I increased my knowledge during this class. 0 1 0 16 8 0 11. I can apply what I learned to my job. 0 0 2 17 6 1 12. I am satisfied with the availability of the instructor for answering questions. 1 2 1 8 9 1 13. I am satisfied with the time and place used for this training. 1 3 1 11 8 0 14. I feel comfortable using a personal computer on my own. 0 2 0 8 15 0
Questions 15 and above were not part of this study, but were included as a courtesy to the company; which was seeking some statistical data about home computer ownership, capability, and attitudes.
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