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Effectiveness of VAI on the Achievement of learning disabled children in learning science concepts  


Abstract Category: Education
Course / Degree: M.phil.,
Institution / University: Madurai Kamarajar University, India
Published in: 2003


Dissertation Abstract / Summary:

In this study randomly selected 82 LD children split into two groups.(Equated group design 41+41). The experimental group who studied according to the video assisted instruction.The control group studied the same concept in a regular convention method. The pre test conducted for both groups. After the treatment, post test conducted immediately. The retention test was conducted for both groups after  a month. The investigator applied differential analysis technique. He found that  VAI   facilitated for the  LD children in learning science concepts rather than their counter parts in conventional teaching method. His research findings summarized that the VAI can greately enchance the learning of science concepts for LD children.  


Dissertation Keywords/Search Tags:
Video assisted instruction, Achievement, learning disability , science learning

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Submission Details: Dissertation Abstract submitted by selvaraj azhagarsamy from India on 27-Nov-2010 19:02.
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