FACE TO FACE VSDISTANCE EDUCATION Done by: Asma Suhail 90761 Iman Ali 89815
FIRST STUDY:Comparing Learning Outcomes between Traditionaland Distance Introduction to Philosophy CoursesDiscourse
2007 - SMITH, R. J. & PALM, L. J: LEARNING AND TEACHING IN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES 6:2; 205-226"The results of the study indicated that the traditional and distance studentsdid not differ significantly in their in [sic] performance on gradedassignments ... No significant differences were found between thetraditional and distance students in mean scores on the five tests or the twopapers." http://prs.heacademy.ac.uk/view.html/Prs...
SECOND STUDY:The Comparative Effectiveness of Web-based andClassroom Instruction:
NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE2006 - SITZMANN, T., KRAIGER, K., STEWART, O., & WISHER, R. A META-ANALYSIS PERESONNEL PSYCHOLOGY …”The 2 delivery media were equally effective for teaching proceduralknowledge, and trainees were equally satisfied with WBI and CI. However, WBI and CI were equally effective for teaching declarativeknowledge when the same instructional methods were used to deliver bothWBI and CI, suggesting media effects are spurious and supporting Clarks(1983, 1994) theory."