Date of Award

Summer 7-1963

Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)



First Advisor

M. Doyle Koontz

Second Advisor

Dohn A. Miller

Third Advisor

Ernest L. Muzzall


Experiments have shown that television's potential as an important educational resource and tool is unlimited and, as yet, only the surface has been scratched. In fact, the realm of interaction has broadened through classroom viewing to the extent that a new and complete evaluation of the relationship between the student and teacher must be made.

The purpose of this paper will be to (1) identify and clarify the questions: who should evaluate, why should evaluation take place, how often should evaluation be conducted, and how should evaluation be achieved; and (2) provide sample questionnaire material from which evaluations could be made.