Students' Perceptions of the Use of Cooperative Learning in the Online Classroom
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Saleh, A. & Lamkin, M. (2005). Students' Perceptions of the Use of Cooperative Learning in the Online Classroom. In G. Richards (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2005 (pp. 2369-2376). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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The authors of this study examined the effects of students' comfort level with the applicable technology on their perceptions of the use of cooperative learning in the online classroom. Despite the fact that the results of the study demonstrated no statistically significant differences in attitudes towards cooperative learning between students who had online class experience and those who did not, the students' comments gave insights on the way that the students felt about the experience. These comments indicated that students' familiarity with the technology and their previous experience with the online class each played a role in their acceptance of the use of cooperative learning in the class. In this paper, the authors shared the results of their study and students' comments on their experience in the class and provided implications for future use.
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