Students' Motivation to Learn: An Evaluation of Perceptions, Pedagogy, and Design in One E-learning Environment

Students' Motivation to Learn: An Evaluation of Perceptions, Pedagogy, and Design in One E-learning Environment

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As part of this study, a framework for evaluating e-learning high school mathematics courses was developed. This framework served as the foundation to develop and evaluation tool used in the study, the e-Learning Evaluation Tool for Algebra I Courses (e-LETAC). The evaluation of the course suggested that the design and pedagogy was in need of improvement. However, the e-LETAC did not include a concise rubric. In future studies, this tool should be expanded to include a solid and reliable rubric.It is offered in 8th or 9th grade in most school districts. ... One study (Cavanaugh et al., 2006) compared the effectiveness of an online algebra course at the Florida Virtual School ... compelling since only 12 out of the 139 virtual students qualified to take the assessment exam at the end of the study, ... 2 The format of this citation follows APA guidelines and represents the website and the paragraph number for the quote. 3 To meet the online experience requirement the studenta#39;s school 5.


Title:Students' Motivation to Learn: An Evaluation of Perceptions, Pedagogy, and Design in One E-learning Environment
Author: June Talvitie-Siple
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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