The Effects of Computer Aided Education in the Education of Folk Cultural Products
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computer-aided education
folklore education
multimedia software
cultural competency
quasi-experimental design

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Aimukhambet, Z., Aituganova, S., Alimbayev, A., Sagynadin, G., & Seiputanova, A. (2023). The Effects of Computer Aided Education in the Education of Folk Cultural Products. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 167-185.


This research explores the effects of computer-aided education (CAE) on the education of folk cultural products. Folklore, encompassing tangible and intangible cultural artifacts, holds significant importance in defining the identity and values of a community. CAE, utilizing multimedia software and interactive teaching methods, has emerged as a promising approach to enhancing student learning experiences. This study aims to investigate the impact of CAE on students' achievement, retention, cultural competency, and classroom participation in the domain of folk culture education. A quasi-experimental pretest-posttest control group design was utilized, with an experimental group of 32 1st grade students receiving CAE and a control group of 32 1st grade students receiving traditional teaching methods in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Various assessment tools were employed to measure academic achievement, cultural competency, and classroom participation. The results indicate that students in the CAE group exhibited significantly higher academic achievement scores, improved retention of knowledge, enhanced cultural competency, and increased classroom participation compared to the control group. These findings provide empirical evidence supporting the effectiveness of CAE in fostering effective and engaging education, particularly in the context of preserving and promoting cultural heritage through folk culture education.
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