Effect of Teaching Geometry by Slow-Motion Videos on the 8th Graders' Achievement

Mohammad Ahmad al khateeb, Ahmed Mohammad Alduwairi


This study aims to investigate the effect of slow-motion videos use on the 8th graders' achievement in geometry, and identify the students' views about the slow-motion. The study was carried out in a quasi experimental environment on 74 eighth graders of two different classes. One of the classes was designated as the experimental group (n=38). The other class (n=36) were designated as the control group,. The results showed that the achievement level of the students who attended the geometry lessons using the slow-motion mode was higher than those who attended the traditional method lessons. Furthermore, the results showed that the experimental group students found that learning through slow-motion was: information, Easy understandable, Beneficial, instructive, Stimulating, enjoyable, Very creative .


Bruner Model; Geometry; Lesh Model; Mathematical Achievement; Mobile devices; Slow-motion

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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