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Is Systematic Telephone Tutoring More Effective for Some Correspondence Students Than for Others? An Exploratory Study
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ECTAJTRD Volume 35, Number 2, ISSN 0148-5806

Abstract

Discussion of correspondence instruction and the role of the tutor focuses on a study at the University of Manitoba that investigated the relationship between correspondence students' attitudes toward the importance of telephone contact with their course tutors and the effects of providing such contact. (29 references) (LRW)

Citation

Thompson, G. & Knox, A.B. (1987). Is Systematic Telephone Tutoring More Effective for Some Correspondence Students Than for Others? An Exploratory Study. Educational Communication and Technology: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Development, 35(2), 105. Retrieved June 2, 2020 from .

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