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QUEXBOOK APPLICATION IN TEACHING STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY

Dr. NATHANIEL G. GIDO 1, REYAN D. DIAZ 2, MARIBEL M. MORADAS 3, DINO L. ILUSTRISIMO 4, HANNAH MAE C. POGOY 5, and WILFRED H. MARU 6.

Vol 17, No 10 ( 2022 )   |  DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7157124   |   Author Affiliation: College Dean of Education and Research Director, Madridejos Community College 1; BEED Program Head and GEC Coordinator, Madridejos Community College 2; Secondary School Teacher - 3 San Agustin National High School 3; BSIT Program Chair Madridejos Community College 4; BSBA Faculty Member Madridejos Community College 5; Math Instructor Madridejos Community College 6.   |   Licensing: CC 4.0   |   Pg no: 233-240   |   To cite: Dr. NATHANIEL G. GIDO, et al., (2022). QUEXBOOK APPLICATION IN TEACHING STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY. 17(10), 233–240. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7157124   |   Published on: 07-10-2022

Abstract

The study evaluates the efficiency of using Quexbook Application to teach Statistics and Probability to Madridejos Community College S. Y. Grade 11 ABM (Accountancy and Business Management) students. 2020 - 2021. With the aid of tests created by the researcher, the study used a non-equivalent quasi-experimental method of research. It is held at Bunakan, Madridejos, Cebu's Madridejos Community College. It is determined that teaching Statistics and Probability via Quexbook Application and the conventional lecture technique both considerably improved students' math skills. Comparing the means of the students exposed to the lecture method and the Quexbook Application, there is, however, no discernible difference. However, using the Quexbook application has a little advantage over the conventional lecture mode of instruction because it has more resources than the latter and has greatly improved student performance. The use of Quexbook and/or other learning applications that can boost/improve students' academic progress, particularly in Mathematics disciplines, should be included in any action plan that is proposed.


Keywords

Mathematics teaching, Probability, Quasi-experimental study, Quexbook application, Statistics