Johdel C. Cabaluna


The effectiveness of multimedia courseware optimizes teaching care management will provide knowledge in the global world. The progress of students’ rights and civilization is acceptable and is universal and effective in influencing the standard quality of learning among the care management students. The study identifies the effectiveness of interactive multimedia courseware in teaching care management and aims to know its importance, effectiveness and enhancement of students' learning process. The study employed the qualitative and quantitative descriptive approach which is a mixed-method to identify the effectiveness of interactive multimedia courseware in care management practices, using the Focus Group Discussion (FGD) among the Clinical Instructors who have the capacity and ability to analyze the effectiveness of interactive multimedia courseware for the improvement program of the care management students. Purposive sampling is utilized in the study which closely resembled and synthesized the objectives of the study. The study comprised (90) respondents only. Results show that interactive multimedia courseware enhances the difference from teaching traditional to high-tech of teaching which is interesting for the students inside the classroom and it shows that multimedia courseware enhances students in their learning process through exposure to technology, innovation and promotion, concept and control, and its effectiveness in the improved and delivery of course outline and output. Findings show that is a significant correlation on the interactive multimedia courseware in teaching care management as observed by the respondents.


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