The Effects of World Wide Web Instruction and Traditional Instruction and Learning Styles on Achievement and Changes in Student Attitudes in a Technical Writing in Agricommunication Course
Journal of Agricultural Education Volume 39, Number 4, ISSN 1042-0541
Traditional instruction in technical writing was given to 29 students and 29 were instructed via the World Wide Web. Examination scores and Group Embedded Figures Test results showed the Web class had significantly higher achievement and attitudes toward writing. No correlation was found between learning style and achievement or attitudes. (SK)
Day, T.M., Raven, M.R. & Newman, M.E. (1998). The Effects of World Wide Web Instruction and Traditional Instruction and Learning Styles on Achievement and Changes in Student Attitudes in a Technical Writing in Agricommunication Course. Journal of Agricultural Education, 39(4), 65-75.
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