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A holistic problem solving model emphasises learning practical values to solve and survive complex problems, along with academic knowledge. The study aims to examine the competency of a problem solving model through information technology using teaching in physics at the secondary level. Sample of 98 students were selected for the study. The analysis of data for examining the significance of hypotheses formulated in this context was performed using appropriate statistical techniques. The major statistical techniques applied for the analysis of data are computation of coefficient of correlation, critical ratio, delayed post-test and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). Findings from this study revealed that there is significant difference between the control and experimental groups with respect to the posttest scores for technology used problem solving model in physics at the secondary level. Findings that the technology used problem solving model in physics at the secondary level is effective than the traditional method currently being practiced in the secondary schools of Kerala.
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