HomeMSEUF Research Studiesvol. 20 no. 1 (2018)

Development and Validation of E-Learning Package in Rhythmic Activities

Sonia D., Abustan



The main purpose of the study is to develop and validate an e-learning package in rhythmic activities. Specifically, it sought the pre-test and post-test scores in knowledge, comprehension, and analysis of the respondents in rhythmic activities and determined the significant difference between the two tests before and after the use of e-material. The development of the output followed the ADDIE model comprised of five basic phases of analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. Descriptive research and quasi-experimental employing one group pre-test- post-test research design was employed in the study. Data were gathered using a test and checklist questionnaire. Weighted mean and t-test for dependent samples were used as the statistical treatment. From the data gathered, it is concluded that first-year students have a low level of knowledge, comprehension, and analysis of the concepts in Rhythmic Activities, thus, an e-learning package was developed. The e-learning package helps to elevate the knowledge, comprehension, and analysis of first-year college students in Rhythmic Activities making highly acceptable among the students and teachers.