INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING QR CODE SUPPORTED BOOKS

İsmail Güleç, Ahmet Naci Çoklar

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The aim of this study is to examine the effect of course book supported by QR code applications on students' academic achievement and self-learning with technology. Within the scope of the study, printed course book was directed to digital materials. In the other group, the same materials (course book and digital materials) were processed by the teacher. In the 2018-2019 academic years, a 4-week application was carried out within the scope of the research conducted with 98 students in a secondary school. An achievement test and a scale were used as data collection tools. As a result of the research, no difference was found between the academic achievements of the experimental group in which the lessons were taught with qrcode and the control group. However, it was observed that the experimental group students showed a higher development in terms of self-learning with technology. It was concluded that the use of qrcode contributed to the development of students in self-learning with technology.

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mobile learning, QR code, academic success

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