First, we examined how students value working with multimedia communication tests. As was expected, we found that students showed a great deal of enthusiasm with respect to the multimedia test, reporting that they liked to make use of the test. Next, we wanted to know if participation in the multimedia test would improve the results on their final regular end of the school year exam on communication competence. Therefore, we offered part of the student population the opportunity to participate in the multimedia test. The control group did not get this opportunity. We compared the results on the regular school exam of both groups and noticed that there was a slight difference. Although no strong significant effects were found, we believe that the regular use of multimedia tests can improve the students¿ communication competence in a way that is attractive for both students and their coaches.
|Journal||International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|