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Lessons Learned from a Distance Course: "More Use Could Have Been Made of It"


Universal Journal of Educational Research Volume 6, Number 9, ISSN 2332-3205


This paper describes the on-line courses for sport technicians. It approaches them to show the virtues of this formative modality. In the Educational Spanish System, the sportive technician training is part of special teaching, and many of specialties are in transitional period. The final of this period concludes in the official recognition of the titles. It is, therefore, that it compares to post-compulsory studies, baccalaureate and vocational training, to check the evolution that has occurred in recent years. For this study, we have a data producing sample near to 100 students. They answered an ad-hoc questionnaire with two parts: one with quantitative data and the other with qualitative data. The main conclusions reached by the study are: the students have a very high degree of acceptance of the new technologies and a good opinion of the use of Moodle platform. These results are independents of the experience of distance learning. The majority of negative attitudes towards this course come from those students without experience in distance training. The problems are in the use that the teachers make of the platform because it hinders the flexibility of the course.


Cánovas, I.Á. & Ortiz, C.D. (2018). Lessons Learned from a Distance Course: "More Use Could Have Been Made of It". Universal Journal of Educational Research, 6(9), 1921-1927. Retrieved January 19, 2020 from .

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