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Instruction in Elementary School- An Analysis of Motivation, Achievement, and Pupil-Teacher Interactions

By Kuo Hung Huang and Chong-ji Ke

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Abstract—The purpose of this study is to explore the impacts of computer games on the mathematics instruction. First, the research designed and implemented the web-based games according to the content of existing textbook. And the researcher collected and analyzed the information related to the mathematics instruction integrating the computer games. In this study, the researcher focused on the learning motivation of mathematics, mathematics achievement, and pupil-teacher interactions in classroom. The results showed that students under instruction integrating computer games significantly improved in motivation and achievement. The teacher tended to use less direct teaching and provide more time for student’s active learning. Keywords—computer games, mathematics instruction, pupil-teacher interaction, technology-enhanced learnin

Year: 2011
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