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Methods of Measuring the Students’ Results Obtained in the Teaching-Learning Process

Serbanescu, Luminita and Bengescu, Marcela and Dumitru, Mihaela Iuliana (2008): Methods of Measuring the Students’ Results Obtained in the Teaching-Learning Process. Published in: MIBES 2008 Proceedings (2008): pp. 406-417.

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The experimental implementation and the determination of the efficiency of multimedia teaching-learning technologies was done with the purpose of establishing the necessity of transformations that are paramount for the educational system, in order to synchronize it with the general development tendencies of contemporary society. In this article I shall present the results of an experiment made at the Faculty of Economics Sciences, specialization Finances Banks. In this scientific experiment we applied the technique of parallel groups which supposes the implication of 4 groups of second year students, 2 groups forming the experimental team for whom the multimedia courses for training process were used and 2 control groups for whom teaching was made in the traditional system. The application of the statistical methods of processing experimental data attested the hypotheses about the positive impact of the implementation of the multimedia courses in teaching- learning process in the experimental groups and the efficiency of the applied methods to the experimental groups, compared to traditional methods, applied to control groups. The research in question has tried to propose a new perspective for performing the learning-teaching process, corresponding to present requirements, which, by using information technology, offers new possibilities to stimulate interest, new ways for active involvement of the student in the knowledge process.

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