In this paper, the effect of two different modes of deliver are proposed. The use of self-paced video learning and conventional learning methods in mathematics are compared. The research design classified as a quasi-experiment. The participants were 80 students in the first-year college and divided into two groups. One group as an experiment class received self-paced video learning method and the other group as a control group taught by conventional learning method. Pre and posttest were employed to measure the students’ achievement, while questionnaire and interviews were applied to support the pre and posttest data. Statistical analysis included the independent samples t-test showed differences (p < 0.05) in posttest between the experimental and control groups, it means that the use of self-paced video contributed on students’ achievement and students’ attitudes. In addition, related to corresponding to the students’ answer, there are five positive gains in using self-paced video in learning Calculus, such as appropriate learning for both audio and visual of students’ characteristics, useful to learn Calculus, assisting students to be more engaging and paying attention in learning, helping students in making the concepts of Calculus are visible, interesting media and motivating students to learn independently.

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