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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

The use of computer has become sin qua non in all areas of human endeavor. This research paper conducts an investigative study on effect of computer application on attainment of educational goals in science and technical education. The researchers developed computer application software (computer-Based Learning system). Research methodology-compared the usefulness of Computer-Based Learning System designed by the researchers and typical face-to-face classroom teaching.  Seven hundred and eighteen students were sampled, the sampled population was divided into two equal parts, a group was taught with software developed by the researchers while the second group was taught the same concept with normal face-to-face method. The same questions were set for the sampled population and exams were conducted under the same condition. It was discovered that 67% of group taught with the Computer-Based Learning System scored 50% above and only 38% of the second group scored 50% above. The result implied that Computer Based Learning System is viable tool for Attainment of Educational Goals & Objectives in Science and Technical Education.

Keywords :

: educational goals, computer-based learning system, face-to-face classroom teaching, science education.

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