A comparison of online and traditional instructional delivery methods on learning in college macroeconomics courses
Rodolfo R. Rivas, Capella University, United States
Capella University . Awarded
This exploratory study centered its investigation in the participants' responses provided in 2 different instructional teaching delivery methods (traditional and online) that utilized active-like teaching learning techniques (case studies, group projects, threaded discussions, class discussions, office hours, lectures, computerized assignments, computer games and assimilations, media presentations, and question-and-answer sections) for the delivery of material and ignition of the learning and knowledge-building processes in macroeconomics classes. The overall results indicated participants found these active-like teaching/learning techniques to be important for their knowledge-building and skills acquisition processes.
Rivas, R.R. A comparison of online and traditional instructional delivery methods on learning in college macroeconomics courses. Ph.D. thesis, Capella University.
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