Designing Educational Blogs Effect on the Student's Knowledge Acquisition in the Secondary Stage: Case Study of KSA Schools

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This research aims to identify the effect of the difference between blogs in design and form on the student knowledge acquisition process in the High stage in Bisha governorate in KSA. Two designs were chosen from blogs designs; one depends upon the hypertext while the other depends upon the super graphics. The following supposition was tested: There is no statistical difference (α = 0.05) between the degrees average of first experimental student group (who depend upon the hypertext) and the degrees average of second experimental student group (who depend upon the super graphics) to test the students' knowledge acquisition in Mathematics. The scientific approach proposed for achieving these research goals depends upon the experimental design approach (Pre-experimental measurement- After experimental measurement) for two experimental student groups; the first group depends upon study by using blogs designed by hypertext while the other one study by using blogs designed by super graphics. The research sample consists of 48 students appointed from Prince Sultan High School. Such sample was divided into two experimental groups; the first group studied textually while the other studied graphically. The unit of Engineering Diaries (Reflection- Displacement- Rotation) was chosen from the mathematics curriculum for the first secondary stage to perform the study effect test. The researcher designed knowledge test of the unit of Engineering Diaries in the mathematics curriculum as measuring instrument. Knowledge test was performed on both groups before and after the experiment.

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Yateem, A. M. A. A., & Alsayadi, S. (2015). Designing Educational Blogs Effect on the Student’s Knowledge Acquisition in the Secondary Stage: Case Study of KSA Schools. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 65, pp. 519–528). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2015.09.125

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