An Experimental Study of Animation, Mathematics Achievement, and Attitude Toward Computer-assisted Instruction
…administered three versions of a math tutorial … One version used computer animation, another used the same visuals but in static mode, and the third version used only text. Achievement was significantly greater among the three treatments with the animation version resulting in the highest scores and text in the lowest. The results followed the same pattern when students’ opinion toward the method of instruction was assessed.
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|Significant Difference – Better Results with Technology
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