The Effectiveness of the Smart Board in Raising the Achievement of Underachievers of Basic Elementary Stage

Abstract

This study aimed to determine Effectiveness of the Smart Board in Raising the Achievement of Underachievers of Basic Elementary Stage. The study sample consisted of (70) students, divided into two groups, (33) students in the experimental group, and (37) students in the control group. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher used an achievement test, after confirmations of the validity and reliability. The study finds a statistically significant difference on the paragraphs of the test raise achievement for weak students combined between the performances of members of the two groups of the study, and for the performance of the experimental group, who has undergone to teach by using the smart board. Also, there is a statistically significant difference on the paragraphs of raising achievement for weak students combined between the performance of members of the two groups of the study, and in favor of male performance, and the lack of differences statistically significant at the level of statistical significance (α=0.05) between the averages of the performance of members of the study dimensional clauses test lift achievement of weak students combined due to the duo interaction between the two variables: the control group, and experimental, and Gender.

Keywords: Achievement, Basic Elementary Stages, Smart Board, Weak Students

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Pages: 65-79 (Download PDF)

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