Graduate Project Title

Use of Supplemental Audiovisual Materials with Remedial Science Students

Document Type

Graduate Project

Date of Degree Completion


Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)



Committee Chair

Frank Carlson

Second Committee Member

D. Unruh

Third Committee Member

R. Boles

Fourth Committee Member

D. Basler


This project was undertaken to determine if the use of supplemental audiovisual materials would benefit identified remedial seventh grade science pupils. Two experimental groups of remedial pupils were presented various amounts of supplemental audiovisual materials. Both groups were then compared to a control group of remedial pupils receiving no experimental treatment. The results showed support for the hypothesis that there would be no significant difference in learning when supplemental audiovisual materials were used.


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