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|Title:||A 5E learning cycle approach-based, multimedia-supplemented instructional unit for structured query language|
|Citation:||Educational Technology and Society. Vol.16, No.4 (2013), 146-159|
|Abstract:||With the benefit of multimedia and the learning cycle approach in promoting effective active learning, this paper proposed a learning cycle approach-based, multimedia-supplemented instructional unit for Structured Query Language (SQL) for second-year undergraduate students with the aim of enhancing their basic knowledge of SQL and ability to apply SQL to a database. The students were engaged into the learning unit by using the designed multimedia, were asked to explore SQL syntax errors using a game in the developed instructional multimedia and to share and discuss the cause(s) of the SQL syntax error(s) with the class. They then constructed, practiced, and applied SQL commands, and evaluated their own understanding using the multimedia. Research data were collected through an SQL achievement test, small projects, and a questionnaire. The results showed that the students who participated in this developed instructional unit had better ability to apply SQL to a database compared to other groups of students. © International Forum of Educational Technology & Society (IFETS).|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 2011-2015|
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