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Tag: online learning
Revisiting Our Posts on Online Teaching and Learning
Our 8 previous posts about online learning studies.Continue reading
Students aren’t using online resources to cheat as much as you may think.
Students often use online resources to learn more or because they don’t find course resources accessible.Continue reading
Helping students learn from online self-paced tools
The instructor must set the expectations why students should use the tool.Continue reading
Should you worry about cheating on online exams?
Yes. However, students may also do worse due to taking the test outside of the classroom.Continue reading
Solution Videos and Student Overconfidence
Solution videos can help students learn but they may become overconfident in their abilities.Continue reading
Online delivery of Research Based Assessments
Research conducted across 8 institutions, covering 2 introductory-level course and 10 upper-division courses (for a total of 1879 students), suggests that, even in the worst case, only a small percentage of students engage in behaviors such as using external resources while answering Research Based Assessments and this has a negligible effect on the class average.Continue reading