1-2007 PowerPoint Presentation Handouts and College Student Learning Outcomes

  title={1-2007 PowerPoint Presentation Handouts and College Student Learning Outcomes},
  author={Illene C. Noppe and Jeanie Achterberg},
This investigation sought to determine if supplementing lectures using Microsoft PowerPoint slides with handouts of the slides enhanced test-taking performance in an undergraduate Human Development course. In the first study, one section of the course (N=50) was given handouts for one exam and a final; the other (N=50) received handouts only for the final. No significant differences in test performance occurred across sections. The second study, conducted the following semester for two sections… CONTINUE READING

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