Using Streaming Videos for Diagnosis and Remedial Instructions – A Case Study of Junior High School Mathematics Regarding Proportion
Lin, Sunny San Ju
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of using streaming videos for diagnosis and remedial instructions on learning performance. The major teaching materials focused on the unit, Proportion of 7th-grade. A quasi-experimental design was used. The sampling method was purposive sampling. Four classes of 7th -grade students from a junior high school in Miaoli County were randomly assigned to either the experimental or the control groups. There were 62 students of two classes in experimental group and 55students of two classes in control group. And two classes of 8th-grade students were 59 in this study. The major findings of the study were as follows. 1.No significant difference but high correlation was found between the streaming video test and the written test in the students’ grades. 2.Most students approved the streaming video test. 3.For different cognitive styles of the students, no significant difference was found between the streaming video test and the written test in the students’ grades. 4.After streaming video for remedial instructions, there was significant greater between pretest and posttest in the students’ scores. 5.Most students approved the streaming video for remedial instructions. 6.For different cognitive styles of the students, no significant difference was found in the students’ progress scores after streaming video for remedial instructions.
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