Evaluation Methods and Techniques for E-Learning Software for School Students in Primary Stages

Salaheddin Odeh, Omar Qaraeen

Abstract


This investigation is concerned with the evaluation of an e-learning program developed as an educational tool for the primary grades in real factors in mathematics. The objectives of such a mathematical program designed for school students in primary stages are to encourage them to study mathematics through introducing a lot of examples and exercises that aid them to understand the basic operations on real fraction, as well as to present and explain the subject matter in a clear and user-oriented manner through visual illustrations and alternations. The paper will highlight the advantages of introducing e-learning in schools and describe its later impact on the students' learning process in the Palestinian National Authority schools, through usability tests aimed at investigating the effect of using computerized methods on the achievement of primary grade students in mathematics, in comparison with traditional non-computerized systems of education.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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