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Title: Effect of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) Instructional Approach on Academic Acheivement Retention and Interest of Higher Secondary Students
Authors: Sibtain, Muhammad
Keywords: Education
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Gomal University, D.I.Khan.
Abstract: The present study was an effort to see the effects of information communication technologies (ICTS) instructional approach, on the academic achievement, retention and interest of higher secondary students. The main objectives were, to find the difference in mathematics achievement in the control and experimental groups before and after the experiment. The present study was experimental in nature and true experimental design was used. Here in this study there was random assignment of the control and experimental groups to two different groups. The accessible population of the present study was the higher secondary school students of the two schools of Dera Ismail Khan (GHSS No4 Dera Ismail and St. Helen Higher Secondary school Dera Ismail Khan). A sample of 60 male students selected from GHSS No 4 DIKhan and a sample of 60 female students was selected from St. Helen’s Higher Secondary School DIKhan. Three instruments (pre-test, post-test, and interest inventory) were used for data collection. The result shows that ICT instructional approach was more effective as compared to the traditional lecture method. The pre –test was achievement test in the subjects of mathematics developed by researchers. This test was to divide the sample into equated groups. The post-test was to check the academic achievement and retention of students after experiment and the interest inventory to check the interest of students in the different methods of teachings. The descriptive as well as inferential statistics were used for analysis of data.
Gov't Doc #: 20028
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