Effects of collaborative learning strategy on achievement in geography among secondary school peers
Dr. Veena Appukuttan
The present study is intended to find out the “effects of Collaborative learning strategy” on achievement in Geography among secondary school peers. This strategy has been designed with achievement in Geography as dependent variable and Collaborative learning strategy and existing learning method as independent variables. The investigator adopted experimental method for the investigation and the experimental design selected was pre-test post-test non equivalent group design. The major tools were lesson transcripts based on Collaborative learning strategy and existing learning method and a standardised achievement test. Considering the nature of the study stratified random sampling technique was used. To conduct the study a sample of 88 IXth standard students following Kerala state syllabus from Malappuram district of Kerala state were selected. The data collected were subjected to statistical analysis by using Critical Ratio and ANCOVA. Analysis of pre-test and post-test scores reveals that Collaborative learning strategy is more effective than existing earning method on achievement in Geography among secondary school peers.
Dr. Veena Appukuttan. Effects of collaborative learning strategy on achievement in geography among secondary school peers. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 3, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 183-185