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Impact of EDpuzzle Use on the Assessment and Measurement Course Achievement


Department of Educational Sciences, Bartın University, Faculty of Education, Bartın, Turkey

HAYEF: Journal of Education 2022; 19: 52-60
DOI: 10.5152/hayef.2021.21045
Read: 3607 Downloads: 1244 Published: 27 January 2022

This study investigated the impact of a Web 2.0 tool that enables technology-enhanced assessment in an undergraduate- level course on academic achievement. The study was designed as exploratory research and employed pre- and post-test control group design approach. The experimental group watched instructional videos before classes while the control group received in-class lectures. Two achievement tests were conducted for both groups at the beginning and end of the course. In addition, a total of five quizzes were conducted throughout the semester. The performance task that was assigned to the groups was evaluated using a rubric. The results indicated that the Web 2.0 integrated into the experimental group’s courses increased their academic achievement. Yet, there was not a substantial difference between groups on the performance task. Log record data indicated that there was a significant relationship between the duration of watching instructional videos on Edpuzzle and academic achievement.

Cite this article as: Sulak, S., Akdoğdu, E., Demir, MC., & Aksu-Dünya, B. (2020). Impact of EDpuzzle use on the assessment and measurement course achievement. HAYEF: Journal of Education, 19(1), 52-60.

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