Empirical Testing of Programs
by Susan Meyer Markle — 1967
This chapter discusses the problems involved in the empirical development of instructional materials. It takes as its point of departure a definition of programed instruction as the application of quality control to the design of instructional materials. Three distinct phases of empirical testing are isolated and discussed: (a) the developmental testing phase, (b) the validation testing phase, and (c) the field testing phase.
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