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International Journal of Humanities and Education Research

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part B (2024)

Evaluating the effectiveness of technology-based e-learning on academic performance in secondary schools: A case study of Gaya district

Author(s):

Dr. Nargis Naz and Varsha Rani

Abstract:

This empirical research paper investigates the effectiveness of technology-based e-learning on the academic performance of secondary school students in Gaya District. Employing a mixed-methods approach, the study evaluates the impact of e-learning tools on student achievement in core subjects such as mathematics, science, and language arts. Quantitative data is collected through pre- and post-intervention assessments, while qualitative insights are gathered through student and teacher interviews. The findings contribute to understanding the role of technology in enhancing educational outcomes and inform strategies for integrating e-learning into secondary school curricula.
In recent years, technology-based e-learning has gained prominence as a tool for enhancing the educational experience. However, its impact on academic performance, especially in secondary education contexts, remains an area of interest and investigation. This study aims to fill this gap by examining the effectiveness of e-learning tools in improving student achievement in Gaya District, where access to quality education may be limited.
The research employs a mixed-methods approach to gather comprehensive data on the influence of technology-based e-learning. Quantitative assessments are conducted both before and after the implementation of e-learning interventions to measure changes in student academic performance. Additionally, qualitative data is obtained through interviews with students and teachers, providing insights into their experiences with e-learning platforms and their perceptions of its impact on the teaching-learning process.
Preliminary analysis suggests a positive correlation between the use of e-learning tools and improvements in student achievement across core subjects. Students demonstrate increased engagement and understanding of course material, indicating the potential of technology to enhance learning outcomes. Qualitative insights further support these findings, with both students and teachers expressing favourable attitudes towards e-learning initiatives.
The findings of this study contribute to a better understanding of the role of technology in secondary education and offer practical implications for educators and policymakers. By leveraging e-learning platforms, secondary schools in Gaya District can address educational challenges and provide students with access to quality learning experiences. This research serves as a foundation for further exploration of technology's impact on educational outcomes and highlights the importance of integrating e-learning into secondary school curricula.

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International Journal of Humanities and Education Research
How to cite this article:
Dr. Nargis Naz and Varsha Rani. Evaluating the effectiveness of technology-based e-learning on academic performance in secondary schools: A case study of Gaya district. Int. J. Humanit. Educ. Res. 2024;6(1):66-70. DOI: 10.33545/26649799.2024.v6.i1a.73
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