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The Effects of Multimedia Software Instruction and Lecture-based Instruction on Learning and Teaching Cues of Manipulative Skills on Preservice Physical Education Teachers

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Physical Educator Volume 58, Number 1, ISSN 0031-8981

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Abstract

Investigated the effects of multimedia-based instruction versus lecture-based instruction on teaching cognitive components of manipulative skills to physical education majors. Comparison of control, multimedia, and lecture group students' pretests and posttests indicated that though there were no significant differences in scores between the multimedia and lecture groups, intervention group scores were significantly higher than control group scores. (SM)

Citation

McKethan, R., Everhart, B. & Sanders, R. (2001). The Effects of Multimedia Software Instruction and Lecture-based Instruction on Learning and Teaching Cues of Manipulative Skills on Preservice Physical Education Teachers. Physical Educator, 58(1), 2-13. Retrieved May 26, 2019 from .

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