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A Comparison of Interteaching and Classroom Lecture in Rehabilitation Education
Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Journal (2015)
  • James L. Soldner
Abstract
A growing body of research continues
to demonstrate the effectiveness of
interteaching in the college classroom.
However, to date, no studies have been
published on the use of interteaching in
rehabilitation education. The purpose of
the present study was to systematically
replicate previous research by comparing
interteaching to traditional classroom lecture
in two sections of an undergraduate medical
aspects of disability course. Findings
indicate students performed better on postdiscussion
quizzes following the interetaching
condition. Social validity findings also
indicate the majority of students preferred
interteaching and reported learning more
when interteaching was in effect. The
implications of these results are discussed
along with a summary of future directions in
this line of research.
Publication Date
December, 2015
Citation Information
James L. Soldner. "A Comparison of Interteaching and Classroom Lecture in Rehabilitation Education" Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Journal Vol. 8 Iss. 1 (2015) p. 91 - 100
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_soldner/15/