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Learning with visualization is a new trend for the teaching and learning environment. However, in this study the question is do all types of visualization and strategies equally affect achieving various learning objectives? How computer generated questions with and without feedback strategies affect achievement of learning objective? To investigate the effectiveness of different types of visualization and strategies, researchers developed three different types of instructional modules (static, animated and interactive) and two types of instructional strategies (question and feedback). A total of 540 students were selected to conduct the study with specific matching criteria. MANOVA was done to find out group differences in different conditions. The results showed a momentous mean difference in different conditions i.e., in interactive visualization condition students performed better than animated and static condition; besides, question and feedback conditions were more effective than no strategies and only question conditions with respect to various learning outcome. The result is discussed critically from several theoretical focal points.
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