COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION IN TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AT HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL By Kamalanehru, K.[1] and Dr.A.R.Bhavana[2]

Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) versus traditional method of instruction on Differential calculus, a chapter of higher secondary mathematics. The students in the control groups were taught the concepts of Read More …

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN Xth STANDARD OF GOVERNMENT MODEL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL STUDENTS UNDER SCHEDULED TRIBE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF KERALA-AN ANALYSIS By Vinod  Kumar K.[1], and Prof. (Dr.) C.Naseema[2]

Abstract The study analysed the results of Xth standard in Government Model Residential School (GMRS) students. Education system in Kerala depends up on the marks/grade system. Data based on 586 Students from Seventeen Model Residential Schools under Scheduled Tribes Development Read More …

IMPACT OF E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES ON INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION: PROMISES AND PERILS By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan

Abstract Advances in computers and Multimedia technology have changed traditional methods of learning and skills training. On-line learning continues to play a major role in the success of any academic program. Such learning can personalize learning needs both for students Read More …