Campus Units

Agricultural Education and Studies, Animal Science, Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station

Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

1994

Journal or Book Title

Journal of Agricultural Education

Volume

35

Issue

1

First Page

43

Last Page

48

Abstract

"Educational media alone do not influence the achievement of students. Researchers who have attempted to demonstrate the superior influence of educational technologies on achievement have been unsuccessful. On the other hand, researchers who have attempted to identify the appropriate techniques of message organization and the correct process of instructional delivery with technology have been more in the mainstream of what is considered appropriate." (Thompson, Simonson, and Hargrave, 1991, p. 1). Thompson et al.' s ( 1991) assertion supports that of Perraton (1987), who argued that communication media do not differ in their educational effectiveness.

Comments

This article is published as Miller, Greg, and Mark Honeyman. "Videotape Utilization and Effective Videotape Instructional Practices in an Off-Campus Agriculture Degree Program." Journal of Agricultural Education 35, no. 1 (1994): 43-48. Posted with permission.

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(c) Journal of Agricultural Education, a publication of the American Association for Agricultural Education. Permission is granted to use materials for personal reference, academic uses, and inclusion in authors' employing universities' institutional repositories. Materials may not otherwise be reproduced, copied, altered in any way, or transmitted to others without the written permission of the Journal of Agricultural Education. Contact the editor to seek permission to use these materials.

Copyright Owner

Journal of Agricultural Education, a publication of the American Association for Agricultural Education

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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