1971 Volume 16 Issue 2 Pages 115-124
The purpose of this study was to make clear experimentally the effectiveness and the limitations of programmed learning applied to the fields of motor-skill learning. This study was concerned with especially the learning process of belly-loll in running high jump. The groups were consisted of experimental group (programmed learning group) and control group (simultaneous learning group). The results were as follows: In general, the control group taught by simultaneous learning method performed more effectively as regards skills and forms of belly-roll. On the other hand, experimental group based on programmed learning method showed a tendency to lack accuracy in skill and form. But it seemed to us that the latter had learned more vividly than the former.