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dc.contributor.authorAbualrob, Marwan$AAUP$Palestinian-
dc.contributor.authorNazzal, Safa$AAUP$Palestinian-
dc.description.abstractThe aim of the study is to assess the extent to which WhatsApp Instant Messaging is used to teach chemistry and biology to the tenth-grade students. A mixed approach was used, whereby the authors drew on the content analysis model to analyze quantitative data. The sample consisted of 28 Palestinian tenth-grade students and their teachers, who used WhatsApp Instant Messaging for four months (the Spring semester of 2019). The collected data was divided into four categories: the nature of the message (instructional, organizational, or social); the form of the message (texts, pictures/graphs, voice recordings, videos, or link-sharing); the direction of communication flow (from a teacher to a student, from a student to a teacher, from a student to a student, or from a teacher to a teacher); and knowledge exchange. Our findings suggest that WhatsApp is used more for non-instructional purposes– particularly socialization– yet the portion of instruction-related messages was somehow enough to predict more effective future use of the application for teaching/learning purposes.en_US
dc.publisherContemporary Educational Technology journalen_US
dc.subjectWhatsApp, instant messaging, tenth grade, teaching/learning chemistry and biologyen_US
dc.titleUsing WhatsApp in Teaching Chemistry and Biology to Tenth Gradersen_US
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