A Study on the Level of Effectiveness of Multimedia Content as Instructional Methodologies to Improve the Quality of Students Learning Experience during COVID-19 Pandemic
With our current situation we became all content creator and through the advancement of technology, schools are also advancing their teaching strategy by utilizing multimedia presentations that would benefit the students. Interactive Multimedia Learning is now a teaching strategy that utilizes visual and audio annotations for the students to comprehend the lessons in an easy and fast manner. The study aims to examine and analyse the effects of interactive multimedia learning on student’s performance in class. The research utilized a quantitative research design that focused more on numerical data. A survey questionnaire administered and distributed to the participants. A total of 30 students from the different Higher Educational Institution the province of Ilocos Norte were involved in the study. Cluster sampling was utilized to give more opportunities for different students to share their insights regarding the topic. Results of the study showed that most of the students stated that multimedia learning contributed to their creativity in performance tasks and they became more focused and motivated due to the presence of creative and aesthetic graphics provided by multimedia. It also made them more independent and participative because the graphics are engaging and appealing to them. However, some students revealed that not all of their classes utilize multimedia learning tool. It was also revealed that there are students who are still engaged in board discussions and plain-text modules.
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