The effect of electronic education on interest of learning Students of Payame Noor University | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


The effect of electronic education on interest of learning Students of Payame Noor University

Author(s):Meysam Shokouhi Moghadam and Mohammad Ahmadi Deh Qutbadini

This research aimed to investigate the impact of electronic education of Payame Noor University Students interest to learning. For this purpose, were used the experimental method and pretest and post-test. For this purpose, 40 students in two classes of 20 students from mathematics PNU center of Kerman were selected by convenience sampling. Student’s on experimental group under E-learning teaching and control group students was trained in the traditional way. A researcher made questionnaire was used to measure the variables in the pretest and posttest and data were analyzed using analysis of covariance. The results showed that students' interest in e-learning method is effective. Also, another part of the findings suggest that e-learning has increased the enthusiasm, willingness and interest of learning of students in experimental group. Therefore, according to these findings, university officials can only motivate students to improve the mechanism to provide this kind of education at the University.

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