Interactive Video for Reflection: Learning Theory and a New Use of the Medium
Educational Technology Volume 29, Number 7, ISSN 0013-1962
Discussion of the use of interactive video (IV) as an instructional medium focuses on its uses in the teaching of professional interpersonal skills. Topics discussed include the use of IV for tutorials and simulations; learning theories; a model of skill acquisition; hypothesis testing; and nine principles for interactive video designs. (33 references) (LRW)
Hansen, E.J. (1989). Interactive Video for Reflection: Learning Theory and a New Use of the Medium. Educational Technology, 29(7), 7-15.
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Reuben A. Rubio, University of Michigan
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