Development of a Science Module through Interactive Whiteboard

P. Thivilojana S. Perinpasingam, Nalini Arumugam, Sathyaperbha Subramaniam, Gopighantan Mylvaganam

Abstract


This study reveals the outcome of the design and evaluation module using Interactive Whiteboard in the teaching and learning of Science in a Year Three classroom. The development process was based on Kristaf and Satran’s (1995) notion that information, interactive and presentation designs form the system of interactive learning. Besides, the design model by Dick and Carey (1990) describes that evaluation and the revision processes were directed concurrently. Two instructional technologists and content experts participated in assessing the efficacy of this module. It is concluded that the module supports interactive learning approaches. The module served as a pedagogical tool that seems to be a feasible solution to heightening the inquisitive learning of science and confidence of primary school children.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/res.v6n3p31

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Review of European Studies   ISSN 1918-7173 (Print)   ISSN 1918-7181 (Online)

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