Hey everyone, I’m excited to share with you my latest publication on the effects of using Edpuzzle, an interactive video application, in science education! In this study, we aimed to investigate the impact of Edpuzzle on students’ interest, engagement, and achievement in science subjects.
We used pre- and post-tests, checklists, and questionnaires to gather data from a sample of 40 primary school students with similar ICT backgrounds. The results were analysed through inferential statistics using SPSS software, and we found that Edpuzzle had a significant positive impact on students’ interest, engagement, and achievement in science subjects.
These findings suggest that the use of interactive video applications in the classroom is a promising approach to improving the quality of teaching and learning among science teachers. However, further research with different methodological approaches and larger samples is needed to confirm the effectiveness of Edpuzzle in various contexts.
If you’re interested in learning more, check out the article on the International Journal of Instructional Technology and Learning (ITLJ) website at [insert article link]. I hope this study inspires more educators to explore interactive learning technologies to improve students’ learning experiences in science education!