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SRP. 2020; 11(10): 923-930

The Impact of Using Interactive Boards on Secondary School Students’ Learning Outcomes in Egypt in the Computer Skills Course

Mohammed Elmetwali Mohammed Amer.


This study seeks identifying impact of using interactive boards on secondary school students’ learning outcomes in Egypt in the course titled (computer skills). The learning outcomes in this regard refers to academic achievement in the latter course. An experimental approach is adopted to ensure that the goals are met. 40 male school students were sampled. They were selected from 2 sections of the first secondary grade in a private secondary school in Cairo, Egypt. They got divided in an equal meaner into control and experimental groups. To teach the control group, interactive boards weren’t used. To teach the experimental group, interactive boards were used. During the trial, 4 lessons were covered in each section through 4 periods. Pre-test and a post-test were employed for having the achievement measured in the latter course. SPSS program was used. Based on analysis, the two groups are similar in terms of the computer literacy level. The researcher concluded that using interactive boards significantly and positively affect achievement in the latter course. He recommends providing secondary school teachers in Egypt with training courses that improve their ability to use interactive boards in classroom.

Key words: Interactive boards, academic achievement, computer skills course¸ Egypt, secondary schools

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