Disadvantages Of Multimedia Based Education

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Schools seem to be following this trend. Many schools are adopting a multimedia-based education, which is a combination of different materials that contain text, graphic, video, audio and animation components (Nazir, Rizvi, & Pujeri, 2012; Saadé, Elgaly & Nebebe, 2011). This combination of components is very beneficial and it has created positive learning effects and results (Saadé, R., Elgaly & Nebebe, 2011). It allows learners to learn anytime and anywhere, which incentivize the learners to become more eager to learn and more prone to learn fully and quickly. The materials engage the creativity, problem solving, and interaction of the learners (Nazir, Rizvi, & Pujeri, 2012). They receive more motivation, they became more critical thinkers and quick learners, and they are able to concentrate more in class, as they are required to be more interactive which increases also the interest in the learning process (Nazir, Rizvi, & Pujeri, 2012).
Children with intellectual disabilities have also gained some positive outcome through multimedia-based education. These children, due to its nature of learning difficulty, they are required to engage their senses when learning. Multimedia-based education can help these children to learn better by using images, audios, and videos (Saad, Dandashi, Aljaam & Saleh, 2015). Another study by Lin et al. (2013) used a multimedia language assessment tool with both auditory and visual components to test children with autism, the result showed

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