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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 8, August 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Demographic Aspects In The Use Of Music- Action Integration In Teaching Mitosis

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AUTHOR(S)

Bryan Joseph E. Matillano, Teodora G.Asis, Jennie A. Collantes Rona A. Idlisan, Mariz Q. Sudario

 

KEYWORDS

 

ABSTRACT

Music and action integration had been used in a lot of pedagogical studies in the field of science education. This study sought to situatedemographic factors such as sex and educational background to use it as a tool in teaching mitosis. Using experimental- correlational design, the level of significance was identified using t-test for the performance based on the pre and posttests. Results showed that music-action integration was an effective tool in teaching mitosis compared to the traditional lecture discussion. Factors such as sex and educational background did not affect students’ performance.

 

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