Enhancing business students’ self-efficacy and learning outcomes: A multiple intelligences and technology approach

Sri Gunawan, Chich Jen Shieh

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Abstract

This research investigates the effect of multiple intelligences (MIs) teaching strategy with technology-enriched environments on business administration students’ self-efficacy, confidence, and learning outcomes. The study involved 276 participants from a university’s business administration department, undergoing an international business course. A range of technology-based activities incorporating MI strategies was employed, exploring key topics such as globalization, corporate social responsibility, and market segmentation. Hypothesis testing revealed that high expectations and changes in viewpoints positively impacted self-concept, ability, and motivation, contributing to improved learning outcomes. The integration of technology in teaching facilitated these transformations, demonstrating how digital tools like virtual reality, interactive platforms, and online tutorials can enhance learning experiences. However, the effect on learning gain varied when viewpoints changed, indicating a need for further research into the differential impact of technology on learning outcomes. Despite some limitations, the study offers compelling evidence supporting the integration of MIs teaching strategy with technology-enriched environments in business administration education. Future studies should further explore the role of emerging technologies in this context.

Original languageEnglish
Article numberep470
JournalContemporary Educational Technology
Volume15
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • motivation in learning
  • multiple intelligences teaching strategy
  • technology education
  • technology integration in teaching
  • technology-enriched environments

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