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The effectiveness comparison between on-screen video and paper-based tutorial on learning performance in text formatting (An experiment study in Indonesian context)

Isnaeni, Mukhammad (2012) The effectiveness comparison between on-screen video and paper-based tutorial on learning performance in text formatting (An experiment study in Indonesian context).

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Abstract:This study examines the effectiveness of using a multimedia presentation during learning activities, especially the effect of using video demonstration on students’ performance in text formatting. In particular, the study was conducted by comparing students’ learning performance from those who were using tutorial and those using video. The effectiveness measures were made based on how much the participants succeeded their learning task from pre-test, post-test and retention test scores as the repeated measures and from their motivational beliefs (task relevance and self-efficacy) including moods. The sample of this study was 62 students from Junior High School of SMP N 30 Bandar Lampung, Indonesia with mean age 14.09 years. The results suggest that participants in video condition had significantly higher learning outcomes both in post-test and retention test scores. In the retention test, the mean scores gained by the participants in the video condition were almost twice as high as the mean scores in tutorial. During training, it was found that the students in video condition had more positive moods than those in tutorial. Overall, the participants in video condition were more motivated. This high motivation predicted the participants to spend more time on learning tasks during training.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:81 education, teaching
Programme:Educational Science and Technology MSc (60023)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/62322
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