Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Advanced Research in Education
Disruptive Innovation of Graphic Animations to Improve the Interpretation Capacity in Students of a Public Institution
Patricia Haydeé Cárdenas Ayala, Dennys Jaysson Picho Durand, Anselmo Magallanes Carrillo, William Eberth Ríos Zegarra, Fernando Antonio Flores Limo
The objective of this paper was to determine the influence of graphic animations on the interpretation capacity in students of a public institution. The study corresponds to the positivist paradigm, applied type, explanatory level. Hypothetical deductive method with quantitative approach, experimental design with quasi-experimental. The population consisted of 90 students from a public institution; The sample made up of 49 students chosen by intentional non-probabilistic sampling, the selection criteria of the sample took into account the number of enrolled students who had regular attendance; for data processing, it was organized and systematized based on the use of SPSS version 25 software; the collection of information was descriptive and inferential, which was later reflected in tables and figures. The results reflected that graphic animations significantly influence the interpretation capacity in students of a public institution, showing the differences in scores between the EG and the CG, after the application of graphic animations, being significant (81.00, Z = –6.142 <. 05), results obtained through the Mann Whitn U test, which indicates that there is an influence of graphic animations on the ability to interpret in students from a public institution.
keywords: Graphic animations, capacity, interpretation, innovation.