Comparison between two different studies in the effectivesnes of de technologies

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Comparison between two different studies in the effectivesnes of de technologies

  1. 1. Comparison between two different studies in the effectiveness of DE technologies Title: Comparative Analysis of Learner Satisfaction and Learning Outcomes in Online and Face-to-Face Learning Environments Title: The effect of World Wide Web instruction and traditional instruction and learning style on achievement and changes in student attitudes in technical writing an agricommunication course. Purpose: A lot of people think the online course is better than face to face course but this study confirm there is no difference between the so that can serve us to do the correct method. Purpose: Using the combination of WWW dependent instruction with a practical laboratory was a better method of teaching students technical writing than a traditional classroom approach. Audience: The sample consisted one version of the course was taught on the campus of a large Midwestern university through a traditional face-to-face format while the other version of the same course was offered totally online, with no direct face-to-face contact between the instructor and the students , so it is clear and has enough variables. Audience: The population of the study consisted of 58 undergraduate students at Mississippi State University enrolled in AEE 3203, Technical Writing in Agricommunication during Fall semester, 1995 Findings: *The result of Q 1. There is no significant difference in satisfaction with the learning experience of students enrolled in online and face-to-face learning environments. * The result of Q 2. There is no significant difference in student perceptions of student/instructor interaction, course structure, and course support between students enrolled in online and face-to-face learning environments. * The result of Q 3. There is no significant difference in the learning outcomes (i.e., perceived content knowledge, quality of course projects, and final course grades) of students enrolled in online and face-to- face learning environments. Findings: *The result of Hypothesis 1. There is no significant difference between type of instruction on students’ achievement, was tested using multivariate analysis of variance. *The result of Hypothesis 2. There is no significant difference between learning style and achievement, was tested using multivariate analysis of variance. * The result of Hypothesis 3. There is no interaction between types of instruction and learning style on achievement, was tested using multivariate analysis of variance. * The result of Hypothesis 4. There is no significant difference between the post-treatment motivational levels of male and female senior secondary school students in English language.

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