A.T.T.V. Biology (Audio-tutorial Television Biology) is an approach to teaching a subject which is paced by closed circuit educational television. The curriculum material of the course is divided into units of work (modules). Each module consists of one week's classroom activities. For each module there are objectives and learning experiences to be completed within that week. The module suggests the minimal work expected of the student, and the student works directly from the module guide. When the student has completed the minimal learning experiences, he is free to pursue additional activities that are listed in the module. This is where the subject becomes more individualized.
Iowa Science Teachers' Journal
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"What is A.T.T.V. Biology?,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol9/iss2/9