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wei Liang Post 1

6 June 2018, 9:41 PM

Relationships among Collaborative Learning Social Presence and Student Satisfaction in a Blended Learning Environment


Attached is a group of Doctor students research report on relationships among collaborative learning and student satisfaction. Although they didn't finish the co-relationship between blended learning an student's satisfaction on learning experience and result, but it proved that blended learning is a viable alternative approach to the traditional approaches in community colleges. The slow process is because of many administrators, instructors and designers do not know how to approach a blended learning  methodology from a learning design perspective and simply view it as a division between face-to-face and online learning spaces. This will undoubtedly improve as more people experiment with blended learning and conduct research that is focused on this approach. I assume it also need a new generation of educators to start this practice till eventually it will replace the traditional approach.


Norbert Boruett Post 2 (summarised) in reply to 1

14 June 2018, 10:54 AM


 Wei, You are so nice, thanks for sharing the great thesis- i am in...
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Irwin Devries Post 3 (summarised) in reply to 1

14 June 2018, 8:28 PM
Thanks Wei Liang for sharing this research report. You are absolutely...
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