Students’ Evaluation of the Instructional Learning Modules for Application Development and Emerging Technologies Course

  • Cris Norman Patacsil Olipas Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology
Keywords: Evaluation, Higher Learning Institutions, Instructional Materials, Learning Module, Student Assessment

Abstract

This study aimed to evaluate the instructional learning modules used for Application Development and Emerging Technologies course. Specifically, it evaluates the content, teaching and learning, support and feedback, and assessment variables through student perspectives. It also seeks to understand the views of the students on what they like the most about the learning modules as a basis for continuous improvement. A descriptive research design was utilized to give a quantitative or numeric depiction of trends, attitudes, or views of that group. The instrument was based on a university modules evaluation questionnaire. It was modified to suit the context of the study. The questionnaire was composed of the following variables: content, teaching and learning, support, and feedback and assessment. The instrument was subjected to face validity, content validity, and reliability analysis. The frequency distribution, percentage distribution, and weighted mean were used to calculate the level of agreement and satisfaction. The findings suggest that students were very satisfied with the content, teaching and learning, support, feedback, and assessment utilized in the learning modules for Application Development and Emerging Technologies course. The results further highlight some essential insights from the respondents that instructors may consider when improving the instructional material. It can be concluded that students were very satisfied with the learning modules used for the Application Development and Emerging Technologies course. Further, the following considerations may be reviewed for future improvement of the learning material: ensuring that the contents are complete, informative, interesting, organized, and detailed; ensuring that the contents are relevant to the course, easy to understand, and valuable; challenging, inexpensive, and accessible, allowing students to develop and acquire a new set of knowledge and skills; assessment tasks that can be challenging but fun to execute, and allowing the students to increase interest in reading the contents of the learning modules.

Published
2023-01-01
How to Cite
OlipasC. N. (2023, January 1). Students’ Evaluation of the Instructional Learning Modules for Application Development and Emerging Technologies Course. Puissant, 4, 1074-1089. Retrieved from //puissant.stepacademic.net/puissant/article/view/66
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