Development and Implementation of Vodcast in Teaching Light for Grade 8 Students

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Sittie Raiyah Dimaro
April Jane Garzon
Bindah Arhana Matba
Sotero Jr Malayao


The study was about the development and implementation of vodcast for teaching light. The development flow followed the ADDIE framework. Analysis stage strongly suggests the need for effective material for teaching light. The developed vodcast was rated very satisfactory by experts and a very good material for classroom use. Student performance based on pretest and posttest yielded a 4.88 signifying a very positive perception of student user. The study concludes the effectiveness of vodcast in optimally presenting an abstract concept. The comments of the experts greatly improved the vodcast. The study concludes that the vodcast is a very effective vehicle for a meaningful delivery of a science lesson and would support high motivation of learners.

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Dimaro, S. R., Garzon, A. J., Matba, B. A., & Malayao, S. J. (2023). Development and Implementation of Vodcast in Teaching Light for Grade 8 Students. Asia Research Network Journal of Education, 3(3), 119–142. Retrieved from
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