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A research proposal

Relationship between multimedia and students academic performance

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A research proposal

  1. 1. MULTIMEDIA FACILITIES AND STUDENT’S ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE JOHANNA M. MANZO RESEARCHER DR. FLAVIANO M. MUYO, JR. PROFESSOR
  2. 2. MEM Students Dr. Flaviano M. Muyo, Jr Chairman
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. Background of the Study  Management is getting things done through people. It involves the processes including planning, organizing, development and evaluation, Muyo 2012.  Multimedia, defined, is the combination of various digital media types such as text ,images, sound and video, into an integrated multi-sensory interactive application or presentation to convey a message or information to an audience.
  5. 5. Background of the Study  Quality education is a universal goal. It is common to hear arguments that instructional technology will be the key to educational quality.  According to Meiers (2009), rapid continuing advances in information and communication technologies are changing the way people share, use, develop and process information and technology. Meier added that there is a growing evidence that use of ICT in the classroom can enhance learning.
  6. 6. Background of the Study  Multimedia is changing the way we communicate with each other, sending and receiving messages is more effectively done and better comprehended (Vaughan,1998).  Neo and Neo (2000) in their own view, opined that multimedia has introduced important changes in our educational system and impact the way we communicate information to the learners.
  7. 7.  Information and Communication Technology (ICT), according to Adedeji (2010) as cited by Adesoji (2012), has been an instrument for achieving social, economic, educational, scientific and technological development.  ICT has greatly influenced the educational sector specially on teaching, learning and research.
  8. 8.  We are all aware that in the traditional teaching model, the teacher holds on to the knowledge base and delivers that knowledge base directly to the student. The use of innovative multimedia practices, however allows for a change in the role of teacher in education.
  9. 9. Background of the Study  With this change in role, the teacher becomes a true facilitator, a manager of the learning process rather than the source of all knowledge.
  10. 10. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM This study aims to determine the significant relationship between the use of multimedia facilities and student’s academic performance as perceived by teachers.
  11. 11. Specifically, this study will seek answers to the following questions: 1. Is there any significant relationship between the use of multimedia facilities and academic performance of students? 2. What are the effects of the use of multimedia facilities in the performance of students as perceived by teachers and by themselves? 3. Is the use of multimedia facilities in teaching improves the level of students’ performance?
  12. 12. Significance of the Study The result of the study can be useful to the following:  Teachers  Students  Researchers
  13. 13. SCOPE & DELIMITATION This study will be limited only in determining the significant relationship between the use of multimedia facilities and the academic performance of students as perceived by teachers and by themselves. This will further be limited among the first year to fourth year high school students in the District of San Agustin during the school year 2013-2014.
  14. 14. CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES
  15. 15. Theoretical Framework “ Teaching and learning are just two kinds of the same coin. Since there are many ways of learning, there should also be different methods of teaching” ( Lardizabal, et.al.,1997). According to the theory of methodology, since every student has individual differences, the teacher may used varied ways to introduce the lesson.
  16. 16. Related Literature  Multimedia technology did not happen overnight. It has changed the way we look at computers.  Since the late 1970’s, desktop computers used in the home and office have evolved into sophisticated systems that helps us get our jobs done, deliver information and provide entertainment.  Multimedia technology and applications have found many places in the home in the late 1980’s.
  17. 17.  The evolution of multimedia has made it very possible to the learners to become involved in their work. With multimedia technologies, they can create multimedia applications as part of their project requirements. This would make them active participant in their own learning process, instead of just a passive learner of educational content (Neo and Neo, 2000).
  18. 18.  The use of multimedia in industries according to Lindrom (1994) has been extensive, as it has been effective in increasing productivity and retention rates, where research has shown that people remember 20% of what they see, 40%of what they see and hear, but about 75% of what they see and hear and do simultaneously.  Multimedia has also been shown to elicit the highest rate of information retention and result in shorter learning time (Hofstetter, 1995).
  19. 19.  Current achievements in the field of computer and information technologies have now offered tremendous opportunities for learning by electronic means (Rozina, 2002).  It has been observed that the traditional method of lesson delivery and educational services can no longer meet the demand for education (World Bank, 2001).
  20. 20. Conceptual Framework INDEPENDENT VARIABLES DEPENDENT VARIABLES STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE High Average Low MULTIMEDIA FACILITIES USED Computers Internet Projector PowerPoint Presentations Television Film viewing
  21. 21. HYPOTHESES 1. There is no significant relationship between the use of multimedia facilities and students’ academic performance. 2. The use of multimedia facilities do not have effects on the academic performance of students. 3. The use of multimedia facilities in teaching will not improve the level of students’ performance.
  22. 22. The following terms are operationally defined to achieve clarity and understanding of the research work.  Academic performance – is the outcome of education_ the extent to which a student, teacher or institution has achieved their goals; it ismeasured by examinations assessment  Computer s - are themain tool used to presentmultimedia items such as video, powerpoint presentations, animations and sound.
  23. 23.  Internet – another multimedia that works in tandem with computers  Multimedia – is a multiple tool used to present or convey something; these are usually recorded and played, displayed or accessed by electronic or computerized devices  Powerpoint presentations - is one the most popular programs used for creating multimedia presentations; an incredible tool because it allows teachers to combine text, audio, and video into one presentation
  24. 24. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  25. 25. RESEARCH METHOD  The Descriptive survey type of research will be used in this study.
  26. 26. RESEARCH LOCALE &TIME OF STUDY The study will be conducted in all public secondary . schools in San Agustin during the school year 2013-2014.
  27. 27. SAMPLING DESIGN  Random Sampling will be used in the choice of student respondents.  Complete Enumeration of secondary teachers as respondents.
  28. 28. RESEARCH INSTRUMENT The research instrument that will be used in this study is the questionnaire to both high school students and teachers to obtain data on students and teachers’ perceptions of the students’ academic performance with regard to multimedia facilities used.
  29. 29. STATISTICAL TREATMENT OF DATA Weighted Mean will be used to describe the perceptions of the respondents on the proposed SLM. Weighted Mean = Σwx n where: Σ= summation x = number of responses w = weight of responses n = number of cases
  30. 30. STATISTICAL TREATMENT OF DATA Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient will be used to determine the significant relationships between the use of multimedia facilities and student’s academic performance as perceived by teachers.
  31. 31. THESIS PROPOSED BUDGET RESOURCES COST PERSONNEL P 2,000.00 ORAL DEFENSE P 4,000.00 MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENTS P 2,000.00 TRANSPORTATION P 3,000.00 ACTUAL CONDUCT OF THE STUDY P 5,000.00 PRINTING, EDITING,ETC. P 4,000.00 INCIDENTAL EXPENSES P 4,000.00 TOTAL P 24,00.00
  32. 32. ACTIVITIES TARGET DATE REMARKS RESEARCH PROPOSAL DEFENSE 1st Week of August TBU PREPARATION OF THE MATERIALS 2nd Week of August TBU CONDUCT OF THE STUDY September 1-30, 2013 TBU SAMPLING Every week sampling TBU DATA ANALYSIS Every after sampling/ October, 2013 TBU FINALIZATION OF FINAL REPORT November, 2013 TBU
  33. 33. THANK YOU !!!

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