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Effectiveness of Using Computerized Educational Packages in Teaching Math Curriculum on the Learning of Student in Eighth Grade at Ma'an City
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Journal of Education and Practice Volume 7, Number 12, ISSN 2222-1735

Abstract

The study aims to identify the effect of using computerized based education on Eighth grade achievement in Math. In addition the study aims to identify the effect of gender on students' achievement who received computerized education. The study was based on the selection of students from two schools in Ma'an City one for females and the other for males. The selection was based on the availability of computer labs and a teacher who has technological experience in class. Two groups were chosen in each school; one was a controlled group and the other was the experimental group which used computerized education. The total number of selected subjects was 109 students. The four groups undertook a pretest and comparative analysis showed that there was no similar correspondence between males and females and so a t-test was carried out on the results. The results show differences in performance between the controlled group and the experimental group. The experimental group showed more improvement terms of achievement, for the average score in the post test was (27.444). As for the controlled group, the average score was (24.955). The findings indicated that there were no differences in terms of achievements between female and male students.

Citation

Salah, R.O. (2016). Effectiveness of Using Computerized Educational Packages in Teaching Math Curriculum on the Learning of Student in Eighth Grade at Ma'an City. Journal of Education and Practice, 7(12), 60-66. Retrieved February 25, 2020 from .

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