THE EFFECT OF COMBINING TEACHING GAMES ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
The study deals with the effect of combining games in teaching on the academic achievements in the subject of multiplication in mathematics. The teaching games discussed by the study are: "Social Interaction Assistance" and "Stay in a Movement Learning Activity" of a teaching game, aimed at improving any behavior that is aimed at the purpose of study. The study involved 50 students from the same grade (third grade) who had once participated in control groups (regular learning) without any use of games) and once in an experimental group (using games in teaching) and then found that the group that experienced learning with the help of teaching games, reached higher and clearer achievements in the field of multiplication compared to the control group. And also, it emerged from the study that there is a significant positive correlation between the variables of teaching games and the improvement in academic achievement.
Keywords: Combining Games in Teaching; Academic Achievements; The Subject of Multiplication in Mathematics;