Author(s): Mirela Machado Picolini, Luciana Paula Maximino
To evaluate the motivational aspects of an material e-learning known as Cybertutor on genetic syndromes for elementary school students.
21 students of the 9 th grade in the city of Bauru participated in the study. After 30 days of access Cybertutor, was used a Web Site Motivational Analysis Checklist adapted (FPM) to assess motivational aspects of this tool. The questionnaire is composed of 32 statements grouped into four domains: stimulating, meaningful, organized and easy-to-use.
All participants evaluated positively material e-learning developed, considering it as “impressive.” The Friedman Test found statistically significant differences between the domains, with p = 0.002239. The comparison between the individual domains, shows significant results in the scoring area organized.
Cybertutor on genetic syndromes developed received high motivational satisfaction. Thus, we conclude that this material e-learning can be used as a strategy of health education on this theme.Journal of Communication Disorders, Deaf Studies & Hearing Aids