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KAANGAYAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

KAANGAYAN, MAHAYAG, ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR

RESEARCH PROPOSAL

EFFECTS OF MULTIMEDIA-AIDED INSTRUCTION ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUPILS

Project Proponent:

MARY JANE PALMA- LAPINIG


Master Teacher

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Project Title:
“EFFECTS OF MULTIMEDIA – AIDED INSTRUCTION ON THE ACADEMIC
PERFORMANCE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUPILS”

Project Leader: Mary Jane Palma-Lapinig

Agency/Address: DepEd Kaangayan Elementary School

Telephone/FAX :

R & D Station:

Site of Implementation:

Mode of Implementation: Single Agency

Sector: Education

Priority Areas: Elementary School Pupils

Discipline:

Project Duration: Three months

Project Cost: Php 20, 000. 00

Significance of the Study

The outcomes of this study would be a great value to

the DepEd officials, teachers, parents, community and learners.

It will help them to know if the said instruction is effective or

not.

DepEd Officials. The result of the study would encourage

DepEd authorities to continuously enrich the curriculum since in

the turn of 21st century; technology has made its increasing

influence on education.

Teachers. The findings of this study would help teachers in

providing the concepts and in employing the needed competencies

to children through the use of appropriate technologies. This

would also make them critically conscious of multimedia

technology’s good and bad effects to children.

Parents. This study would guide parents in providing

parental guidance and supervision on TV shows and websites that

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children watch, including the number of hours spent in using the

technology.

Community. This study would help the community officials

come up with ordinances as to the regulation of internet café’s

in the locality.

Learners. This study would guide the children on how to use

multimedia technology to reinforce their school activities.

Scope and Limitation of the Study

This study will focus on the effects of multimedia

instruction on the academic performance of the elementary school

pupils in Kaangayan Elementary School, School Year 2018-2019.

It deals with the extent of utilization as perceived by the

two groups of participants and the effects of multimedia

instruction on the academic performance of the pupils.

Methods

The researcher will utilize the descriptive correlational

method employing the questionnaire as instrument. This research

method will be utilized by the researcher because it is the most

appropriate method considering that it seeks the effects of

multimedia instruction on the academic performance of the

elementary school pupils in Kaangayan Elementary School and also

the extent of utilization as perceived by the two groups of

participants

Research Setting

This research will be conducted at Kaangayan Elementary

School, SY 2018-2019. The school mentioned is just within Mahayag

and located along the highway of the municipality.

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Respondents of the Study

The participants of this study will be the elementary pupils

and teachers of Kaangayan Elementary School, Kaangayan, Mahayag,

Zamboanga del Sur, SY 2018-2019.

Sampling Design

This study will utilize random sampling in choosing the

participants from the officially enrolled Grade IV, V and VI

pupils and all of the teachers of Kaangayan Elementary School.

Research Instrument

The researcher will utilize an adopted checklist as main

instrument in order to gather the needed data. The instrument is

composed of the following parts, namely:

Part I, focuses on the extent of utilization of multimedia

technology as perceived by the two groups of participants,

adapted with modification from the study of Ricaros (2014) on

influence of media technology to pupils’ behavior and academic

performance.

To determine the extent of utilization of multimedia

technology as perceived by the two groups of participants, the

following scale shall be used.

Rating Weight Adjectival Interpretation


Scale Continuum Equivalent
5 3.66-5.00 Always (A) Greatest Extent

3 2.33-3.65 Sometimes (S) Greater Extent

1 1.00-2.32 Never (R) Less Extent

Part II, focuses on the effects of multimedia instruction as

perceived by the pupil-participants. The researcher will utilize

the questionnaire-checklist adapted with modification from the

studies of Ali (2014) on improving student’s cognitive using

interactive visual art, Lari (2014) on the impact of using power

point presentation on students’ learning and motivation in


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secondary schools, and Shilpa, et al. (2016) on negative impact

of multimedia elements in early year (3-6) students’ education.

To determine the effects of multimedia instruction as

perceived by the pupils, the following scale shall be used.

Rating Weight Adjectival Interpretation


Scale Continuum Equivalent

5 4.50-5.00 Strongly Very Much


Agree (SA) Effective (VME)

4 3.50-4.49 Agree (A) Much


Effective (ME)

3 2.50-3.49 Fairly Agree (FA) Moderately


Effective (MtE)

2 1.50-2.49 Disagree (D) Less


Effective (LE)

1 1.00-1.49 Strongly Ineffective (In)


Disagree (SD)

The pupils’ academic performance will be determined by

getting the average grades in all the subject areas for the first

grading period School Year 2018-2019. The researchers use the

Grades Classification Guidelines from DepEd Memorandum No. 8,

series of 2015 with the continuum below:

Grade Range Descriptor

90-100% Outstanding (O)

85-89% Very Satisfactory (VS)

80-84% Satisfactory (S)

75-79% Fairly Satisfactory (FS)

Below 75% Did not Meet Expectation (DE)

Gantt Chart

October November – December


Activities
Proposal X
making
Submission X
Approval of X
project
Release of X
funds

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Purchase of X
supplies &
instruments
needed
Intervention x X X
Gathering of x X x x x x
data
Analysis of x x x
data
Encoding of x X
data
Interpretation X
of results
Submission of X
results
Presentation X
of results

Work Plan

Activities Outputs/Deliverables Due date


Purchase of supplies & Supplies and
instruments needed materials purchased
Intervention Questionnaire
Administered
Gathering of data Data gathered
collected
Analysis of data Data analyzed
Encoding of data Data encoded
Interpretation of results Results interpreted
Submission of results Data submitted
Presentation of results Results presented

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Financial Plan

Line Item Budget

Title of the Study: “EFFECTS OF MULTIMEDIA – AIDED INSTRUCTION ON


THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUPILS”

Maintenance and Operating Expenses Amount


A) Supplies and Materials 10,000.00
B) Travel 500.00
C) Communication 500.00
D) Labor 1,000.00
E) Editing, reproduction of 5,000.00
manuscript &
Bookbinding
17,000.00
Sub- Total
F) Others
Snacks 3,000.00

Sub- Total
TOTAL 20,000.00

Supplies and Materials


Qty Unit Item/Description Unit Price Total
4 box Bondpaper A4 1000.00 4000.00
4 boxes Ballpen 100.00 400.00
3 sets Ink 800.00 2400.00
1 rem Construction paper 200.00 200.00
Total 7
000.00

Travel
Purchase of materials needed for the
intervention program
Communication
Invitation letters will be sent to the
respondents
Labor
Preparing the venue for the whole
duration of the program
Editing, Reproduction of Manuscript and
book binding
Others
Snacks for the researchers good for 60 50/day
days
Sub-total

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Prepared by:

MARY JANE PALMA-LAPINIG


Project Proponent