Date of Award
Specialist in Education
Dr. Howard E. Farris
Dr. Richard W. Malott
Dr. Galen Alessi
Masters Thesis-Open Access
A multiple baseline across subjects experimental design was used to evaluate the effects of monitoring subject performance and providing feedback regarding the implementation of Direct Instruction (DI) procedures from video taped recordings of the subject's presentations of the DI lessons upon the implementation of those DI procedures. The subjects were two junior high school special education teachers who teach reading using the SRA Corrective Reading; Decoding B program. The DI lessons were recorded on VHS video tape and observational data were recorded during baseline. During intervention, a monitor also provided feedback on the subjects performance using examples from the video tape. Results indicate a performance increase or no effect in five of the six areas monitored. An implication of this study is that using video tape can effectively facilitate the monitoring of teachers who use DI programs.
Cottrell, John H., "The Effectiveness of Video Tape Monitoring of Direct Instruction Procedures Across Teachers" (1986). Masters Theses. 1298.
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