Effectiveness of Multi-Frames Video Recorded Experiments on Pre-University Students’ Achievement for Capacitor Topic

  • Rosazley Ramly
  • Rosly Jaafar
  • Anis Nazihah Mat Daud
  • Shaharudin Ali
  • Wan Zul Adli Wan Mokhtar
  • Roszairi Haron
  • Nur Azmina Moahmed Safian
Keywords: Multi-frames video recorded experiments (MFVREs), capacitor, pre-university students, achievement

Abstract

The aim of this study is to determine the effectiveness of multi-frames video recorded experiments (MFVREs) on pre-university students’ achievement for capacitor topic. This study was carried out among 60 Diploma Science students of Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia. Students’ pre-test and post-test scores were analyzed using independent sample t-test. The effectiveness of MFVREs on students’ achievement were analyzed for four subtopics of capacitor: basic concept of capacitor (S1), series connection of capacitors (S2), parallel connection of capacitors (S3) and combination of series and parallel connection of capacitors (S4). Findings revealed that MFVREs give significant effects on students’ achievement for S2, S3 and S4 subtopics but no significant effect to students’ achievement for S1 subtopic compared to PowerPoint slides. Thus, MFVREs approach can be used either as a teaching aid in normal classroom or a student-centered learning video in order to improve the achievement of pre-university students for physics subject.

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Published
2016-12-22
How to Cite
Ramly, R., Jaafar, R., Mat Daud, A. N., Ali, S., Wan Mokhtar, W. Z. A., Haron, R., & Moahmed Safian, N. A. (2016). Effectiveness of Multi-Frames Video Recorded Experiments on Pre-University Students’ Achievement for Capacitor Topic. EDUCATUM Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology, 3(2), 38-43. Retrieved from https://ejournal.upsi.edu.my/index.php/EJSMT/article/view/51