Event Title

Locally Made Apparatus in Teaching Law of Acceleration and Projectile Motion

Presenter Information

JESSIE MAE C. GAINSAN

Session

Education and Development

Description

The study sought to determine the performance of students when the two localized apparatus,

linear motion track and projectile launcher, were utilized. It also sought to determine the level of

interest of students when the apparatuses were used. The respondents were the 105 students of

Bugay National High School, School Year 2019–2020. The researcher utilized the descriptive method.

The researcher also used validated questionnaires that measured the level of interest of students.

The statistical tools applied in the study were percent error, mean, weighted mean, Spearman’s rank

correlation coefficient, and standard deviation. The result of the study showed that the pre-test

performance of the students did not exceed the passing standard of the Department of Education,

and their post-test performances were all in satisfactory levels. The marked improvement of their

performance was attributed from the utilization of locally made apparatuses. Moreover, the level of

interest among students on the utilization of localized linear motion track and projectile motion were

very high.

Keywords:

Localized apparatus, Level of interest of students, Law of acceleration, Projectile motion

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.449

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Locally Made Apparatus in Teaching Law of Acceleration and Projectile Motion

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The study sought to determine the performance of students when the two localized apparatus,

linear motion track and projectile launcher, were utilized. It also sought to determine the level of

interest of students when the apparatuses were used. The respondents were the 105 students of

Bugay National High School, School Year 2019–2020. The researcher utilized the descriptive method.

The researcher also used validated questionnaires that measured the level of interest of students.

The statistical tools applied in the study were percent error, mean, weighted mean, Spearman’s rank

correlation coefficient, and standard deviation. The result of the study showed that the pre-test

performance of the students did not exceed the passing standard of the Department of Education,

and their post-test performances were all in satisfactory levels. The marked improvement of their

performance was attributed from the utilization of locally made apparatuses. Moreover, the level of

interest among students on the utilization of localized linear motion track and projectile motion were

very high.