Compartive and non- compartive studies

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  • 1. Done By: Asma Al-FahdiBadriya Al-Hinai Comparative & Non-ComparativeEvaluationin Educational Technology

2. This population study included 99 students taking two web-based courses (Zoology and Biology courses )offered by the college of agriculture at a land grant university.20 students (in Elementary and Middle Schools )enrolled spring 2004 section which was taught face to face, 22 students (in Elementary and Middle Schools ) enrolled Summer 2004 section which was taught online by the same instructor.Participants Web based learning: Relationships among student motivation ,attitude, learning styles and achievement A Comparative Study On Learning Outcomes Of Web Based Vs. Classroom Based instruction Title Non-comparative study (relationships between student achievement and the other variables) Comparative study (Learners perception and performance ) Type 3. The purpose of this study was to determine how student motivation, attitude, and learning styles influenced achievement in web-based courses. 1- What effect does being instructed in a web-based learning environment have on pre-service elementary teachers learning outcomes in comparison with that of being instructed in a face-to-face learning environment?2- What effect does being instructed in a web-based learning environment have on pre-service elementary teachers course satisfaction in comparison with that of being instructed in a face-to-face learning environment? Research Qs Purpose 4. 1- An on-line questionnaire was designed by the researchers and included two scales plus demographic questions .2- The learning style test (GEFT) to on-campus students, and proctors administered it to off-campus students. 3-Motivational scale were selected from the Motivation Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ). Quantitative data collected using the following instruments: Online Readiness & Learning Style SurveyComputer Literacy Test (Pre-test),Final exam (Post-test),FSU Teaching Evaluation Form (SPOT) (course satisfaction),Student Portfolios andStudent GradesQualitative data collected using a : Focus group with randomly selected students from both experiment and control groups. Method 5. 1- The researchers concluded that students with different types of learning styles, motivation, attitudes, and backgrounds learned equally well in Web-based courses. 2- Student learning styles, attitude toward web-based instruction, were not associated with their web-based learning achievement.3- This study found that students held a neutral attitude about web-based instruction. There is no significant difference between the learning outcomes (pre-test, post-test, student grades, portfolio) and student satisfaction (SPOT Survey) of the classroom and online course.More Slide 4 Result 6. Thank You!!!