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Volume :5 Issue : 16 1988      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Testing the Effect of using Note-Taking during the Lecture or at the end of it, on University Students Achievement retention of curriculum foundations and planning subjects

Auther : Jawdat Saadeh & Qasim Badr & Ghazi Khalifeh

The purpose of the study was to test the of using note-taking during the lecture or at the end of it, On University students’ achievement and retention of curriculum foundations and planning subjects.

To achieve this purpose a sample of (84) University students was selected and divided randomly into three groups: (1) the first experimental group that took notes during the lecture, (2) the second experimental group that took notes after the lecture, and (3) the control group that did not take notes.

A multiple-choice test of (20) items has been developed for the purpose of the study. The reliability coefficient was (87%), and the validity coefficient was (81%).

To test the hypotheses of the study, One-Way Analysis of variance (ANOVA), at the level of (0.05) has been used. The results indicated that there were statistical differences between the three models of note taking, on student’s achievements’ and retention’s of curriculum foundations and planning subjects. When Scheffee method has been used. The results were as follows:

- There was a statistical difference (0.05) on achievement and retention between the grades’ mean of the group that took notes at the end the lecture, and the grades’ mean of both the group that took notes during the lecture, and the other group that did not take notes.

- There was no statistical difference (0.05) on achievement and retention between the grades’ mean of the group that took notes during the lecture, and the group that did not take notes.

The authors of this study recommend that students should listen carefully during the lecture in order to take good notes, faculty members at the University level should give the students enough time to take notes during their lectures, and a new study about training effect of note-taking on students’ achievements should be conducted.

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