The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 9
Page No. 2356 - 2361

The Effects of Electronic Media in Promoting the Teaching and Learning of Intelligent and Ordinary High School Students of Sari in the Academic Year of 2014-2015

Authors : Ali Golafshanie, Mohammad Salehi, Masuomeh Samadi and Samire Mortazavi Kiasari

Abstract: The aim of this study was to compare the effects of electronic media in promoting the teaching and learning of intelligent and ordinary high school students of Sari in the academic year of 2014-2015. This research is an applied one and concerning the method, it’s a descriptive and causal-comparative study. The study population included all first-year high school students in Sari up to 4,200 that were sampled based on Krejcie and Morgan and a total of 354 students has been sampled in the two groups (experimental group of 58 people and a control group of 296 people) using stratified random sampling. The data collection tool was a researcher made test based on the two-dimensional tables for specialized courses (Physics and Chemistry) and general subjects (literature in Farsi and English) is designed and set with 40 questions. Reliability obtained by test-retest and Pearson correlation coefficient α = 82/0. Parametric independent t-test results showed that: Impact of using electronic media on increasing students’ learning capabilities in smart and regular schools is different and learning capabilities of the smart school students is significantly better than students in regular schools. Impact of using computers, internet and educational CDs in smart and regular schools is different on students’ learning capabilities and learning features of smart school students are better than students in regular schools. Besides, the effect of the use of electronic media is not different in male and female students’ learning.

How to cite this article:

Ali Golafshanie, Mohammad Salehi, Masuomeh Samadi and Samire Mortazavi Kiasari, 2016. The Effects of Electronic Media in Promoting the Teaching and Learning of Intelligent and Ordinary High School Students of Sari in the Academic Year of 2014-2015. The Social Sciences, 11: 2356-2361.

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