Quantifying the Impact of Visual Media on Mathematics Learning in Mirwais Minah Secondary School


  • Muhammad Rafi Nazari Jawzjan University
  • Naweed Rahyab Rasooli Jawzjan University
  • Uloghbek Talaash Jawzjan University


learning, visual media, mathematics education, computer-based educational programs


Today, we live in an era often referred to as the age of communication and the Internet. Overall, information technology, including visual media, provides a suitable platform for learning and shifts the focus from teacher-centered to student-centered education. The present research aimed to determine the impact of visual media on mathematics learning in Mirwais Minah secondary school. The study involved a group of middle school students, comprising a total of 95 individuals from seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. These students were engaged in mathematics instruction, attending four sessions per week, each lasting a maximum of 40 minutes. The theoretical framework included reputable scientific articles to enrich the hypotheses, and field research was conducted to gather data. In the field research, the opinions and perspectives of a statistical population of 81 students were reflected through a questionnaire. Sampling was conducted using a non-random quota-based method according to Kerjes and Morgan’s table. The research hypotheses, design, and independent and dependent variables were specified based on the research method. The independent variables included the accessibility of visual media to students and the broadcast of mathematics programs in Persian, a language most of them are proficient in. The dependent variable was the impact of watching mathematics classes through visual media on better mathematics learning in the classroom. These variables were distributed among the statistical population, consisting of students from Mirwais Minah secondary school, and the results were analyzed and interpreted using the SPSS computer program. The findings of this study indicate that there is a need for innovative teaching methods in response to the increasing advancements in science and technology. Considering the various resources examined in this research, it can be stated that educational media currently play a significant role in the educational process. Computer-based educational programs, in particular, play a vital role by providing clear, comprehensive, and realistic problem-solving environments that are easily accessible. Through interactive representations, these programs directly enhance learning outcomes.


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How to Cite

Muhammad Rafi Nazari, Naweed Rahyab Rasooli, & Uloghbek Talaash. (2024). Quantifying the Impact of Visual Media on Mathematics Learning in Mirwais Minah Secondary School. Science and Education, 5(6), 222–230. Retrieved from https://openscience.uz/index.php/sciedu/article/view/7096



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