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Acao National High School


This qualitative study aimed to determine the teachers’ experiences in the integration of interactive elements in digital lessons in mathematics as basis for in-service training. The research method utilized in the study was qualitative using in-depth interview and the design was phenomenology. It was discovered that the results were facilitating interactive learning, enjoyable learning encounter, motivating classroom atmosphere and meaningful learning experience. The challenges encountered on the use of interactive elements in digital lessons in mathematics, includes time management challenges, scarcity of teaching and learning resources, technical challenges and distractions. The opportunities encountered on the use of interactive elements in digital lessons in mathematics emphasized engaging learning experiences, learning made easy and improves academic performance

Keywords: Interactive Elements, Digital Lessons, DepEd, Teachers, In-service training



Digital technology brought significant changes in the field of education with the integration of interactive elements in digital lessons. These interactive elements, such as multimedia presentations, virtual manipulatives (blocks, tiles, and other tangible visual materials), interactive exercises (games, quizzes, and activities) and collaborative tools (both online and offline tools), have the potential to bring massive changes in the teaching-learning process, particularly in the field of Mathematics. These interactive features and multimedia components, digital classes have become increasingly popular as powerful tools for captivating learners and boosting their learning experiences.

When asked about their Mathematics education, the majority of individuals would probably remember being instructed in rote memorization of mathematical ideas, where the teacher would illustrate the techniques for solving specific problems on the board (Chapko & Buchko, 2004). Digital lessons, on the other hand, provide a distinct opportunity to actively engage students and encourage deeper understanding and application of mathematical concepts.

Although various studies have already researched about the effectiveness of digital lessons in enhancing student engagement and knowledge retention, there is a need to delve deeper into the specific impact of interactive elements in Mathematics. It is imperative for educators and instructional designers to comprehend the impact of these factors in order to enhance the design and execution of digital classes.

The study aimed to examine the impact of interactive components in digital Mathematics lessons on students' academic achievements. The primary objective of this study is to investigate the efficacy of different interactive elements in augmenting students' level of engagement and comprehension of mathematical principles. By examining the impact of these elements, the study seeks to provide valuable insights into their role in supporting students' cognitive development in Mathematics education.

The study employed qualitative research methodologies to gain a comprehensive understanding of participants' experiences, allowing for a detailed exploration on the analysis between interactive aspects and learning outcomes. This research collected and analyzed data from teachers who have engaged with digital lessons featuring interactive elements, using interviews, focus groups, and document analysis. The aim of the research was to identify effective components that enhance learning by examining their perspectives, experiences, and instructional practices.

The results obtained from this study made a valuable contribution to the current corpus of study on educational technology and its impact on Mathematics instruction. The findings can give educators, instructional designers, and policymakers valuable information that can help them decide whether to include interactive features in digital classes to improve students’ performances.

In conclusion, the growing prevalence of digital lessons in mathematics education presents an opportunity to revolutionize the way students engage with mathematical concepts. This research sought to shed light on the specific influence of interactive elements in digital lessons in mathematics, ultimately enhancing instructional practices and improving student outcomes.

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