Students’ Perception on Power Point Use in Classroom

Authors

  • Sharada Khanal Ghimire Asst. Lecturer, Department of English, Balkumari College
  • Pranjana Joshi Department of Management, Balkumari College

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/jbkc.v12i1.60432

Keywords:

Students’ Perception, PowerPoint, Classroom, Memory Enhancement

Abstract

This paper presents students’ perception on PowerPoint use in the classroom in Balkumari College. This study aimed at finding out students’ perception on PowerPoint use in the classroom and to determine association of students’ perception on PowerPoint use and variable (of faculty). This paper was a cross-sectional survey based on self-administered 180 sets of questionnaire, 20 sets for each faculty incorporating demographic and five Likert scale questions through purposive sampling method covering nine faculties of Balkumari College. This study concluded student’s memory enhancement and overall students’ perception on PowerPoint use in the classroom was statistically significant(r = 0.362, P< 0.001). The study showed if students memory was enhanced their overall perception remained positive on PowerPoint use.

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Published

2023-12-07

How to Cite

Sharada Khanal Ghimire, & Pranjana Joshi. (2023). Students’ Perception on Power Point Use in Classroom. Journal of Balkumari College, 12(1), 83–87. https://doi.org/10.3126/jbkc.v12i1.60432

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