Development and validation of a module in logic gates
Date of Publication
Master of Education Major in Physics
Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education
Defense Panel Chair
Defense Panel Member
Maricar S. Prudente
Robert C. Roleda
The purpose of this study was to develop and validate a module on logic gates for fourth year high school students of Zambales. Specifically, it sought to find out if there is a difference in the evaluation of the three experts on the module.
The topic chosen for the module was about logic gates. It was assessed in terms of its objectives, contents, manner of presentation, pre-test and post-test and time allotment. A questionnaire consisting of rating scale and open-ended questions was used to assess the module. Three experts were requested to assess it. The data gathered were analyzed using mean and standard deviation.
The three experts gave the objectives, pre-test and post-test and manner of presentation with ratings 4.47, 4.35 and 4.23, respectively. These ratings indicate that the experts strongly agree with the statements that described the module. They, however, gave time allotment a rating of 3.7 indicating that they agree with the statements about time allotment.
The overall rating of 4.27 indicates a very strong agreement among the experts that the module is effective. This is validated by the standard deviation of 0.41 which implies that the experts are almost similar in their perception of the module.
From the findings identified, it was concluded that there was no difference in the assessment of the three experts on the module. The assessment indicated that the module was as effective as a tool in teaching some topics in Physics.
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Tolentino, L. M. (2001). Development and validation of a module in logic gates. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_masteral/3623