The Effects Of A Multimedia Constructivist Environment On Students' Achievement And Motivation In The Learning Of Chemical Formulae And Equations

Krishnasamy, Vickneasvari (2007) The Effects Of A Multimedia Constructivist Environment On Students' Achievement And Motivation In The Learning Of Chemical Formulae And Equations. PhD thesis, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

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    Abstract

    Penyelidikan ini dijalankan bagi mengkaji kesan persekitaran multimedia berasaskan konstruktivisme terhadap pencapaian dan motivasi pelajar Tingkatan Empat dalam pembelajaran 'Formula dan Persamaan Kimia'. Koswer lnstruksi Multimedia Konstruktivis (MCI) dan lnstruksi Multimedia Objektivis (MOl) telah dibangunkan. Seramai 80 pelajar menerima MCI manakala 89 pelajar menerima MOl. Kajian eksperimen kuasi ini menggunakan reka bentuk faktorial 2 x 2. Pembolehubah bebas melibatkan pendekatan multimedia, iaitu MCI dan MOl, manakala pembolehubah bersandar merupakan pencapaian serta motivasi pelajar. Tiga pembolehubah moderator telah digunapakai, iaitu tahap kebolehan pelajar (kebolehan rendah, LA atau kebolehan tinggi, HA), gaya kognitif (field-dependent, FD atau field-independent, Fl) serta jantina (lelaki atau perempuan) . This study is conducted to examine the effects of a multimedia constructivist environment on Form Four students' achievement and motivation in the learning of "Chemical Formulae and Equations". Multimedia Constructivist Instruction (MCI) and Multimedia Objectivist Instruction (MOl) courseware were developed. The MCI was assigned to 80 students whereas the MOl was assigned to 89 students. This quasiexperimental study employed a 2 x 2 factorial design. The independent variables were the multimedia approaches, i.e. the MCI and the MOl, whereas the dependent variables were the students' achievement and motivation. Students' ability levels (high-ability, HA or low-ability, LA), cognitive styles (field-independent, Fl or field-dependent, FD) and gender (male or female) were the moderator variables.

    Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
    Subjects: T Technology
    Divisions: Pusat Teknologi Pengajaran & Multimedia (Centre for Instructional Technology & Multimedia)
    Depositing User: HJ Hazwani Jamaluddin
    Date Deposited: 16 Mar 2016 15:28
    Last Modified: 16 Mar 2016 15:28
    URI: http://eprints.usm.my/id/eprint/29937

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