Comparative and Non-Comparative
Embed Size (px)
Transcript of Comparative and Non-Comparative
- Blended Learning vs. Traditional Classroom Settings: Assessing Effectiveness and Student Perceptions in an MBA Accounting Course Clement C. Chen Flint Keith T. Jones Comparative study: Study title Author:
- Learners perception and performance Compare students assessments in accounting class of course effectiveness and overall satisfaction with the course. Comparative study: Type of comparative study Purpose of evaluation :
- Participants: Master of Business Administration (MBA) students in an accounting class at a university in the Northern United States Comparative study: Participants and evaluation instruments applied:
- Instruments: a survey was used to compare students enrolled in a traditional in-class section, and another group in a blended-learning section in which the primary course delivery method was online, but in which students met in class on a limited number of occasions. Comparative study: Participants and evaluation instruments applied:
- The results suggest that the two delivery methods were similar in terms of final learning outcomes, but that both may be improved by incorporating aspects of the other. Comparative study: Result:
- Make meaningful comparisons between two delivery methods. Advantages of the two evaluation strategies Comparative study:
- The survey was administrated only on one school and involved one MBA course in accounting.
- Inferences cannot necessarily be made about other courses, institutions and instructors
- Learning strategies and other factors influencing achievement via web course Author: Shin, Ching-Chun, Tom, John Non - comparative study: Study title
- Examine how students with different learning styles functioned in World Wide Web-based courses and to determine what factors influenced their learning. Purpose of evaluation : Non - comparative study:
- Examine how students with different learning styles function Identify the demographic characteristics of the student by learning style
- Identify how students' learning strategies', patterns of learning, and achievement differed in relation to their learning style
- Identify relationships among student learning style, learning strategies, patterns of learning, achievement and selected variables. ed in World Wide Web-based courses and to determine what factors influenced their learning.
- What do we know about the way students learn through the www?
- What are the important learning factors in web based courses?
- Do student learning style, learning strategies and patterns of learning influence learning achievement?
- Participants: 99 students at Iowa State University taking two non-major introductory courses Participants and evaluation instruments applied: Non - comparative study:
- Instruments: An online questionnaire that included a learning strategies scale, a patterns of learning scale, and demographic questions was designed and posted on the Web. A total of 78 students also took the Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT), a learning styles test. Participants and evaluation instruments applied: Non - comparative study:
- Results indicated that learning styles, patterns of learning toward Web-based instruction, and student characteristics did not have an effect on Web-based learning achievement. Result: Non - comparative study:
- They use two evaluation instruments disadvantages: Not all students respond to the instruments used. advantages: Non - comparative study: