An Empirical Investigation Of The Efficacy Of Multimedia Instruction In Counseling Skill Development
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of multimedia instruction on students’ counseling skill development. The participants were 73 beginning-level counselor education students (20 men and 53 women, ages ranging from 24 to 47 years). Ratings of students’ pre- and posttest video counseling tapes were used to assess the effects of the multimedia approach. The results found that there was no statistically significant difference among the levels of students’ counseling skill development across the 3 (high-tech multimedia, low-tech multimedia, and traditional instruction) treatment groups. © 2003 American Counseling Association.
Counselor Education and Supervision
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Hayes, B. Grant; Taub, Gordon E.; and Robinson, Edward H., "An Empirical Investigation Of The Efficacy Of Multimedia Instruction In Counseling Skill Development" (2003). Scopus Export 2000s. 1972.