An Investigation of any significance between Cognitive Styles and Cognitive traits for developing adaptive online learning system
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Uddin Haider, M.T., Singh, M.p., Triar, U.s. & Singh, S.k. (2011). An Investigation of any significance between Cognitive Styles and Cognitive traits for developing adaptive online learning system. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (pp. 2549-2554). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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In technical institutions approximately five to ten percent of talented students also become academically deficient during their academic program. One of the major reasons for academic deficient is mismatch of cognitive style and cognitive traits of learners and teaching style of instructors. If the courses provided to learner on the basis of their cognitive style or cognitive traits on E-learning system then to some extent the academic deficiency may be minimized in the technical institutions. This paper aims to identify whether there is any significant relationship between cognitive styles and cognitive traits of technical learners for making the adaptive E-learning system. This paper also presents the results of the experiment conducted on 89 technical students of different semester to show that there is a significant relationship between cognitive styles and cognitive traits.
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