Web-based Learning: Relationships among Student Motivation, Attitudes, Learning Styles, and Achievement
Journal of Agricultural Education Volume 42, Number 4, ISSN 1042-0541
Of 74 students taking web-based agriculture courses, two-thirds were identified as field independent. There were no achievement differences between field-dependent and field-independent students. Students enjoyed the convenience and pacing and were motivated by competition and high expectations. Motivation was the only significant factor influencing achievement. (Contains 22 references.) (SK)
Shih, C.C. & Gamon, J. (2001). Web-based Learning: Relationships among Student Motivation, Attitudes, Learning Styles, and Achievement. Journal of Agricultural Education, 42(4), 12-20.
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