A Comparative Study of Student Mathematical Performance in three modes of Teaching and Learning Education during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Keywords:Blended learning, Covid-19 pandemic, Face to face learning, Online learning
Due to COVID-19 pandemic many educational institutions worldwide have led to the total closures due to lockdowns and the viral spread of the infections. UNICEF had estimated that more than 92% of the students around the world were unable to attend physical schools due to temporary closures and due to periodic lockdown. This study examined the performance of the students in different learning modalities by comparing their mathematics performances over three consecutive semesters at University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Muscat. Furthermore, the researchers sought to quantify the difference in mathematics performances as indicator of effectiveness of the learning modality in two separate streams of math and non-math core specializations. The analysis was carried out using one-way analysis of variance where the mean mathematics performances was considered as the independent variable and the mode of teaching was the factor. Based on the result of the study, the students’ scoring performance in Basic Math to Calculus in the three modes of teaching and learning between the F2F, Blended and Online are not significantly affected. The result reveals that due to the student’s high scoring performance in Basic Math to Managerial Statistics in the three modes of teaching and learning between the F2F, Blended and Online are significantly affected. Further analysis, will be investigated in detail to find the affecting factors such as Time Management, Assessment, Home Environment, Collaboration, Homework, Teaching Quality, Skill development, Problem solving ability, Motivation, Help received and Student satisfaction, which made them to score high marks in above said courses.
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