The Research and Development of a Mediated Approach to Upper Elementary Level Art History/Appreciation Instruction Page: 3
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The media were field tested and revised on three lev-
els: a preliminary test in two schools, a main test in five
schools, and an operational test in ten schools. Question-
naire data analyzed technical, content, and design quality,
in addition, each test site was surveyed in terms of the
class and school district setting and income levels of the
The findings revealed that most tests were conducted
in targeted settings and with students that fit the target
audience specifications. In reference to the product,
teachers requested more information on Egyptian culture and
an audible advance signal on the tape.
It was recommended that a tape with audible advance
signals and a study guide for the Egyptian Art set be pro-
duced. Moreover, the storyboards for Cave Art and Greek
Art should produce acceptable products if the plan of study
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