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Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF VIDEO-BASED COOPERATIVE LEARNING STRATEGY ON HIGH, MEDIUM AND LOW ACADEMIC ACHIEVERS
Authors: Isiaka Amosa Gambari, Moses James
Charles Olubode Olumorin
Keywords: Video-Based Instruction
Cooperative Instructional Strategy
Issue Date: Dec-2013
Publisher: The African Symposium: An online journal of the African Educational Research Network
Abstract: This study investigated the effect of cooperative, competitive and individualistic instructional strategies on the performance of high, medium and low academic achievers using video instructional package. A total of 120 senior secondary school mathematics students were randomly assigned into cooperative, competitive, individualized, and conventional teaching methods. Students from each group were stratified into high, medium and low achievers. Video Instructional Package (VIP) on mathematics and Geometry Achievement Test (GAT) were used as treatment and test instruments, respectively. Analysis of Variance and Scheffe test were used for data analysis. Findings indicated that there was significant difference in the performance of the groups in favour of cooperative learning strategy. Students’ achievement levels had significant influence on their performance in competitive and individualized instructional settings. It was recommended that mathematics teachers should employ cooperative learning strategies to improve students’ performance to bridge the gap among high, medium and low achievers
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