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RESEARCH PROPOSAL: ARE CHILDREN SMARTER USING THE INTERNET?

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RESEARCH PROPOSAL: CHILDREN SMARTER USING THE INTERNET
by: Noor Azianie binti Mohd. Raffae

INTRODUCTION

They prefer to have extra class through online rather than going to tuition class. This is because from Internet, they can gain whatever they want to study.
the educational system becoming more depending on the Internet because of they want the children to get other information from external sources rather than only depending on the text books.
From this phenomenon, did the children become smarter because of the internet?
PROBLEM STATEMENT
As this Internet growing fast, children also become smarter. However, in there is no empirical data to show that children become smarter because of the Internet. Thus, this study aims is to discover that the Internet usage helps the children to get smarter and the findings of this study would become as an evidence of the Internet involvement make the children become smarter.
RESEARCH DESIGN
Theoretical framework
Quantitative research
Cross-secti design
Purpose of the study is descriptive
In the form of a survey
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
To examine the children performance towards using educational website for their extra learning process.
To examine the Internet content such as multimedia affect the process of children learning process.
To identify the children performance towards using Internet as their entertainment while in the learning process

Nowadays, Internet become one of our daily needs because people use Internet to communicate, to do business activities, gain some knowledge and also socialized with others. This Internet might seem intimidating at first as it is involve with a vast of global communications networks with billions of webpages.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
To raise awareness among the parents of the influence from the Internet usage on their children.
This study will prove that Internet can make children become smarter as the children can access information from around the world unlike in the past 10 years back.
The scope of this study is to describe and explain about the human understanding of the advantages of using Internet.
LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
Develops for only children that age from 7 years old to 12 years old.
The location is located in Malaysia and the schools are randomly selected regardless of race, sex and school size.
Results of the research could be generalized to schools located in the Kuala Lumpur area only.
Then, the research questionnaire will be answered by the children’s parents.
POPULATION AND SAMPLE
7 years old to 12 years old
From 5 private schools, 5 government schools
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
600 respondents
Required sample 50% of the 600 respondents
RESEARCH INSTRUMENT
. The questionnaire entitled “Children smarter: are Internet help them?”
All the variables in the study were measured using SPSS.
.The questionnaire was developed in English language
The questionnaire consist 4 sections such as personal information, educational website, affect using internet, and also children performance.
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
DATA COLLECTION PROCEDURE
This is a survey using a self-administered questionnaire to the respondents.
It is not posted by mail but the questionnaire was delivered by the researcher and the homeroom-teacher distributed it to random students (5 girls and 5 boys in each class).
The answered questionnaire will be collecting after all the questionnaire being collected by the teachers.
DATA ANALYSIS PROCEDURE
The 50 close-ended items will be analyzed based on the questionnaire (Yes/No) and chosen opinion.
The results will be analyzed using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) software to have the outcomes of the research study
The processing and presenting quantitative data will involve three stage that:
(1) organizing, recording and categorizing and/or coding the data,
(2) analyzing the data and
(3) presenting the data.
Then, the data will be illustrated into tables, graph and chart.
SUMMARY
This research proposal contains of Chapter 1 (Introduction), Chapter 2 (Literature review) and Chapter 3 (Research Methodology).
This research proposal will use to conduct the study about Internet usage among children that help them become smarter.
LITERATURE REVIEW: CHILDREN SMARTER BECAUSE OF THE INTERNET
This is because some of the benefits using internet in teaching and learning process is the facility to produce and edit multimedia communication related material which it also provide virtual worlds for an increasing variety of collaborative learning environments.
Students also get online learning experience as they (1) use the internet in supporting a more holistic, multi-faceted approach to education, (2) removing constraints of time and place, and dependence on conventional resources for learning, (3) providing a resource for lifetime learning, (4) provision of a facility that enable student and teachers to publish their project and (5) providing support the collaborative working


(Pat Jefferies, 1998).
According to the Barry M. Leiner (2009), “the origin of the Internet is when the first recorded description of the social interaction that could be enabled through networking as a series of memos written by J.C.R. Licklider of MIT in August 1962”.
RESEARCH QUESTIONS:
RO1
RQ.1 : What are the children performances of using the educational website?
RQ.2 : Did the children enjoy using educational website?
RQ.3 : Are the educational website is user-friendly?

RO2
RQ.1 : How are the Internet content affect their (children) learning process?
RQ.2 : Did the multimedia consist of inappropriate things?
RQ.3 : Is the multimedia suitable for children?

RO3
RQ.1 : Did the children performance affect with the entertainment that involves learning process?
RQ.2 : Is the entertainment suitable for children?
RQ.3 : Did the entertainment make children neglect their studies?

HYPOTHESES
RO1
H01 : Educational website not change the result of children performance
Ha1 : Educational website increase the result of children performance

RO2
H01 : Internet content not affects the learning process result among children
Ha1 : Internet content affects the learning process result among children

RO3
H01 : Children hardly to learn and have fun at the same time
Ha1 : Children easy to learn and have fun at the same time

RECOMMENDATION
For further research study,
the researcher should increase the numbers of sample that focuses not only in urban area but also rural
Besides that, the target sample can be elaborate from elementary school to secondary school.
can use open-ended questionnaire or mix-method which this can make the research study more accurate and informational.
REFERENCES
(n.d). What is technology. Retrieved June 10, 2015 from http://www.useoftechnology.com/what- is-technology/

Burd, B.A., & Buchanan, L.E. (2004). Teaching the teachers: teaching and learning online. Reference Services Review. 32(4). Pp 404-412. Retrieved June 17, 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/009073204.10569761

Fayter, D. (1998). Issues in training lecturers to exploit the internet as a teaching resource. Education + Training. 40(8). Pp 334-339. Retrieved June 17, 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/00400919810239365

Hollis, A. (1998). The internet and acquisitions in academic libraries. Library Review. 47(1). Pp 26-30. Retrieved Jun 17, 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10/1108/00242539810369008


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