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Effectiveness Of Social Networking Edublog For Teaching Economics

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  • Rajshree Vaishnav
  • Vandana Ramteke

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The present study is aimed at finding the effectiveness of Edublog in terms of students achievement. It was an experimental study conducted on students of class 9th studying in different schools affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education of Nagpur city in the state of Maharashtra India. The researchers selected 200 students studying in two different schools and divided into two groups each comprising 100 students. The groups were labeled as Experimental group and Control group. The student of experimental group was taught through Edublog along with regular class room teaching while students of control group were taught using the traditional method of teaching for Economics subject. The pre-test was administered to students in both the groups before teaching commenced. After the treatment a post-test was administered. The data was analysed using t-test. Result revealed statistical significant effect of Edublog over traditional teaching method on academic achievement of students. Key words: Edublog, Traditional Method, Achievement, economics

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  • Rajshree Vaishnav & Vandana Ramteke, 2016. "Effectiveness Of Social Networking Edublog For Teaching Economics," Working papers 2016-03-03, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2016-03-03
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