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Old Dominion University

1998

Active teaching

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The Effectiveness Of Active And Passive Teaching Methods On The Retention Of Material Taught To The Naval Intelligence Officer's Basic Course (Nioc) Students For The Period Of One Week, Michael Casamassa Jan 1998

The Effectiveness Of Active And Passive Teaching Methods On The Retention Of Material Taught To The Naval Intelligence Officer's Basic Course (Nioc) Students For The Period Of One Week, Michael Casamassa

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Based on the problem statement, the research hypothesis for this study is as follows: 1. Student Intelligence Officers taught using active teaching methods will attain higher academic scores and retain more information over the duration of the Naval Intelligence Officer Basic Course (NIOBC) than student Intelligence Officers taught using passive teaching methods.