Interaction and the Online Distance Classroom: Do Instructional Methods Effect the Quality of Interaction?
Journal of Computing in Higher Education Volume 23, Number 2, ISSN 1042-1726
In this special issue, I bring together two studies to provide a comprehensive overview on diverse and interactive instructional methods aimed to facilitate higher levels of learning. One study explored the effects of group interaction using different instructional strategies focusing on the learning "process" using the Community of Inquiry framework. The other study investigated the effects of group interaction using different instructional strategies focusing on learning "products" using the SOLO taxonomy. The outcomes of both studies were consistent in revealing that certain kinds of instructional strategies have more effective interactions, resulting in facilitating higher levels of learning.
Kanuka, H. (2011). Interaction and the Online Distance Classroom: Do Instructional Methods Effect the Quality of Interaction?. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 23(2), 143-156.
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