Relationships among Learning Strategies, Patterns, Styles, and Achievement in Web-Based Courses
Journal of Agricultural Education Volume 43, Number 4, ISSN 1042-0541
Students in web-based courses (n=74) completed the Group Embedded Figures Test and an online questionnaire on learning strategies and patterns. They used strategies to determine important ideas from lectures and memorize key concepts. They used online features more for checking grades than communicating with the class. Learning strategies accounted for one-fourth of achievement. (Contains 35 references.) (SK)
Shih, C.C. & Gamon, J.A. (2002). Relationships among Learning Strategies, Patterns, Styles, and Achievement in Web-Based Courses. Journal of Agricultural Education, 43(4), 1-11.
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