The Effect of Mobile-based Interactive Multimedia on Thinking Engagement and Cooperation
Keywords:integrative multimedia, thinking skills, EFL students, cooperation, Algeria
Recent studies show limited research in the Algerian context on the development of learning multimedia that effectively addresses 21st century skills such as critical thinking, communication, cooperation, and creativity. However, with the continuous growth of digital multimedia and information technologies, there is an urge for utilizing 21st century skills and interacting with others through interactive multimedia tools. This study aims to investigate the effect of mobile-based interactive multimedia on developing students of English as a foreign language thinking engagement, cooperation, in higher education. A convenient sampling method was used to select one sample of students (n= 60) who received a posttreatment test. Data were analyzed through performing descriptive statistics and one sample t-test. Findings assured that mobile-based interactive multimedia has persistently shaped the education setting, and it can afford the potential to positively promote students’ thinking engagement and cooperation.
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