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DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2017.03.003

Acceptability Level of Developed Material (SAI) Using ASSURE Model

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Yolanda Reyes *, Jenina Oreste

College of Education, Bataan Peninsula State University, Balanga City Bataan, Philippines.

*Corresponding author: Yolanda Reyes, PhD, College of Education, Bataan Pen-insula State University, Balanga City Bataan, Philippines.

Abstract

The researchers developed a computer based platform (Stand Alone Instruction) using the ASSURE model which incorporates Robert Gagne’s events of instruction to assure effective use of media in instruction .The general problem of the study is to find out the acceptability level of the developed material using ASSURE model. Specifically, the acceptability level of the SAI is described as strongly acceptable in terms of con-tent, clarity, appeal and originality. The enhanced developed material was further en-hanced based on the recommendations and suggestions of the teacher and student re-spondents. The study is a creative research that uses mixed method which combines quantitative and qualitative techniques. The research study was carried out in two phases: The development of the SAI and the evaluation of the responses through the questionnaire which is adapted from Reyes and De Guia (2017) in order to determine the acceptability level of the SAI. The data were tabulated, analysed and presented us-ing appropriate statistical tools like frequency distribution, percentage and weighted mean. It was recommended that similar studies be conducted in order to develop a cul-ture of pedagogical innovations and academic research. The SAI developed in this may further be evaluated based from other perspective like that of ICT experts.

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Acceptability Level of Developed Material (SAI) Using ASSURE Model

How to cite this paper: Reyes,Y., & Oreste, J. (2017). Acceptability Level of Developed Material (SAI) Using ASSURE Model. The Educational Review, USA, 1(3), 61-69.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2017.03.003

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