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Interactive courseware and academic performance in Geometry in Junior High Schools (Published)

This study aimed to see how beneficial employing interactive courseware in teaching geometry improved students’ academic performance. The study tested how an interactive computer-based application could affect students’ academic performance in junior high schools(JHS) students through a quasi-experimental design. The study tested four null hypotheses in determining whether there is any statistical significance in performance between the experimental and control groups. Data was collected using a questionnaire and an achievement test. Data analysis was conducted using the paired sampled t-test and descriptive statistics. The findings of the pre-test revealed that there was no significant difference between the two study groups. After the study, a substantial difference between the two study groups was discovered. The study found that using computer-based software to teach Geometry increased students’ performance at the junior high school level. The study recommends that teachers consider integrating computer-based courseware in the learning of mathematics to improve students’ performance.

Keywords: Interactive, Performance, compute assisted instruction, computer-based, courseware, experimental