Student Learning in the Online Environment: No Significant Difference?
Quest Volume 53, Number 1, ISSN 0033-6297
Discusses college student learning within the context of online instruction, analyzing issues surrounding online implementation of physical education/kinesiology coursework (whether students learn via online instruction, whether students learn by taking online courses, and advantages of online instruction). The paper offers constructivism as a theoretical framework for enhancing learning in the online environment and proposes a process for implementing courses. (SM)
Bennett, G. & Green, F.P. (2001). Student Learning in the Online Environment: No Significant Difference?. Quest, 53(1), 1-13.
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