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this presentation is compared between the researcher`s point of view about using technology in learning if there are differences in learning outcoms or not

this presentation is compared between the researcher`s point of view about using technology in learning if there are differences in learning outcoms or not



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    • Effectiveness of distance Education Technology
      • Done by:
      • Abeer AL-Yahmedy/ 82933
      • Dalal AL-Dhafri/ 83486
      • Shamsa AL-Mamari/ 82927
    • View Point 1: No Significant Difference
      • Research Title:
        • A Modular, Webbased Introductory Course
          • California State University Dominguez Hills
        • Author:
          • Press, L
            • 2005
          • Research Result:
            • no significant differences
      • Research Statement :
        • "None of the performance differences we observed were significant, indicating that performance is roughly the same using either the modules or a textbook.“
        • “… We taught the course for two semesters. The first semester, the modules were used to supplement a standard text, and the second only the modules were used. There were 41 students each term, and students using the modules had a higher mean and lower standard deviation on their final exam scores. The modules are as effective as the textbook, cheaper, and easier to access and modify”.
        • Research link:
          • http://bpastudio.csudh.edu/fac/lpress/articles/drafts/modulepaper.htm
    • View Point 2: Significant Difference
      • Research Title:
        • Teaching with ALN Technology: Benefits and Costs
      • Author:
        • Kashy, D. A., Albertelli, G., Kashy, E.
          • 2001
        • Research result:
          • Significant Difference - Better Results with Technology
      • Research Statement :
        • "Even with higher course standards for success, student performance on examinations has improved , a larger fraction of students achieve the goals of the class, and the proportion of students who excel has increased . Female students benefit even more than their male counterparts. The level of communication and interaction among students has also increased dramatically , with mostly positive (but some negative) effects. Data concerning cost effectiveness indicate that the technology can reduce costs, but perhaps more importantly, it can increase the quality without increasing costs."
      • Research link:
        • http://www.lon-capa.org/papers/jee_2001.pdf
    • Our View
      • There are no significant difference between Distance education and traditional education.
      • Sometimes, you can see that distance is more flexible, you can attend class any time and spend more time to doing the task rather than traditional education.
      • But traditional education can be good in other point that distance education can not. For example, in traditional education , the face to face interaction with other learners or instructor is more effect in learning and the instructor can monitor the learner and notice their performance and attitudes.
      • The different between distance education and traditional education are appear in the medium, strategies and materials that used in each education but the most important is the outcomes of each education is similar and also the effectiveness of each education if the instructor prepare the best environment and best ability.