The Effect Of Computer Assisted Instruction On Achievement And Attitude Of Primary School StudentsThe Effect of Computer Assisted Instruction on Achie

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Year-Number: 2015-Volume 7, Issue 1

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The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of using computer assisted teaching method. The model of the study is experimental design. A sample of 46 students was randomly selected and assigned into experimental and control groups. While the lessons of the experimental group were taught with computer based teaching method, the lessons of the control group students were taught with classical teaching methods. The data were obtained by using mathematical achievement test and by using mathematics attitude scale. Data were analyzed using independent t-tests at a .05 level of significance. According to results, the mathematical achievements of all students increased after this process; however the improvement of the experimental group students is higher than control group students. Besides, the average scores of experimental group students obtained from mathematics attitude scale after the teaching process is significantly higher than their scores obtained before the teaching process.

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of using computer assisted teaching method. The model of the study is experimental design. A sample of 46 students was randomly selected and assigned into experimental and control groups. While the lessons of the experimental group were taught with computer based teaching method, the lessons of the control group students were taught with classical teaching methods. The data were obtained by using mathematical achievement test and by using mathematics attitude scale. Data were analyzed using independent t-tests at a .05 level of significance. According to results, the mathematical achievements of all students increased after this process; however the improvement of the experimental group students is higher than control group students. Besides, the average scores of experimental group students obtained from mathematics attitude scale after the teaching process is significantly higher than their scores obtained before the teaching process.

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