Learning in Virtual Courses and Its Relationship to Thinking Styles
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 27, Number 3, ISSN 0735-6331
Examines student learning in virtual courses and the relationship between their performance and thinking styles based on a study of Israeli junior high school students. Topics include students' scholastic performance and grades; successful Web searches; completion of assignments; use of asynchronous communication channels; student attitudes; student satisfaction; gender; and prior experience. (Author/LRW)
Nachmias, R. & Shany, N. (2002). Learning in Virtual Courses and Its Relationship to Thinking Styles. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 27(3), 315.
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