- Volume 6 Issue 12
With the appearance of the Internet and the development of the World Wide Web, web-based education has made individual and selective learning centered on students in cyberspace available at any time and anywhere. In this paper, we design and implement courseware for a web-based 4th-year elementary school mathematics course. In order to make it as student-centered as possible, the courseware adopted learning activities using various Flash animation and design methodology to enhance students' interest to complete all parts of the course. When we gave our WBI courseware to 4th-year elementary school students to use, their achievement in the subject was greater than a group who studied with the traditional course. The results of the question investigation of the experimental group showed a positive reaction and increased educational achievements in the fields of comprehension, interest, convenience and reflection on self-directed learning.
Learning Activity;Angle Learning;WBI;Courseware;Flash Animation