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Effectiveness Of Mobile-Learning Module For Teaching Environmental Education


  • Rajshree Vaishnav
  • Munmun Sinha


The present study investigated B Ed trainee teacher’s ability to learn the course of “Environmental Education in Indian Perspectives” using a mobile learning module which was availed to them through the Edmodo mobile app. The experimental study was conducted on 50 B Ed trainee teacher’s from B Ed college at Nagpur City using the pre-test post-test control group design. Their environmental awareness was also assessed using standardized test which was taken as a covariate. The results obtained showed positive significant difference in their achievement while using mobile learning module for teaching environmental education. The study encourages prospects of using mobile learning modules as independent LMS within higher education in near future. Key Words: mobile, learning, teaching learning, learning module, environmental education Policy

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  • Rajshree Vaishnav & Munmun Sinha, 2017. "Effectiveness Of Mobile-Learning Module For Teaching Environmental Education," Working papers 2017-23-01, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2017-23-01

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