Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The major problem in this study is to find how closed circuit television can De used effectively in Industrial Arts. Several secondary problems are involved with this main problem. The most important of these is teacher presentation. The methodology and mannerisms of a television teacher need to be such that they do not take away from the subject matter to be taught. (Stashoff, 1966, p. 50). The television teacher must be careful to avoid quick distracting movements which would change viewer attention from the learning object to the teacher. This is a special problem because the viewer's attention is confined to the picture on the screen, not as in a normal visual reference where outside distractions are often unnoticed.
Another secondary problem is equipping the shop for televised instruction. Associated with this problem are determining items of cameras and lenses, lighting, receivers, and special equipment which is necessary to make presentations more efficient.
The third item of importance is to specify what can be effectively taught on television in industrial arts and what the limitations of television are.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Industrial Arts and Technology
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©1970 Larry L. Bradshaw
Bradshaw, Larry L., "Closed-Circuit Television in Industrial Arts" (1970). Graduate Research Papers. 3618.