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The impact of perceived enjoyment on team effectiveness and individual learning in a blended learning business course: The mediating effect of knowledge sharing

Chung-Yu Lin, Chung-Kai Huang, Chao-Jung Ko
2019 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
This study combines the approaches of blended and team-based learning to support a management course. This study involved 197 undergraduate business students from two Taiwanese universities.  ...  Subsequent quantitative analysis has revealed the relationships among learners' perceived enjoyment, knowledge sharing, team effectiveness, and perceived individual learning.  ...  Research on the relationship between the features of blended learning (BL) and the operation of learning communities has grown in higher education (Szeto, 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.4446 fatcat:ikc45f7qurgellqlzsh3eiivhm

Understanding the antecedents of knowledge sharing behaviour and its relationship to team effectiveness and individual learning

Chun-Yu Lin, Chung-Kai Huang
2019 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
After implementing the course models in two business courses at two public universities in Taiwan, a survey based on social learning and social exchange theories was distributed.  ...  Knowledge sharing played a key role in this learning context and was a significant mediator between perceptions of value in team members' contributions and team effectiveness, as well as between team trust  ...  -141-011 and MOST 107-2410-H-305-058).  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.4549 fatcat:janty5kcnbek3a3ova5nuq5rzq

Determining the effects of blended learning using the community of inquiry on nursing students' learning gains in sudden patient deterioration module

Weichu Liu, Jun Wang, Han Zhang, Changfeng Yu, Shuai Liu, Cen Zhang, Jingya Yu, Qiao Liu, Bing Yang
2021 Nursing Open  
Students in experimental group engaged in community of inquiry-based blended learning in sudden patient deterioration module, including computer-aided self-instruction, team-based topic discussion and  ...  To determine the effectiveness of blended learning using the community of inquiry framework on nursing students' learning gains in a sudden patient deterioration module.  ...  CoI-based blended learning is a multi-component intervention that anchors social, cognitive and teaching presence in an educational setting.  ... 
doi:10.1002/nop2.914 pmid:33973718 pmcid:PMC8510760 fatcat:mbifwursujh2hglo5iksg6js34

Preliminary Study on the Role of Social Presence in Blended Learning Environment in Higher Education

Kamaruzaman Jusoff, Rouhollah Khodabandelou
2009 International Education Studies  
The paper presents the definition of social presence as described by blended learning instructors and it's role in the development of Blended Learning environment.  ...  Employing a qualitative methodology, the study sought to understand social presence of learners in Blended Learning environment.  ...  Analyses of data showed a relationship between social presence, students' performance, and satisfaction with instructors. They found social presence is a predictor of students' performance.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v2n4p79 fatcat:ool3v4vdsvdpxj3rk4qxrwlkmu

Precision Teaching and Learning Performance in a Blended Learning Environment

Bin Yin, Chih-Hung Yuan
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
The relation between perceived precision teaching (PPT) and the learning performance of college students in a blended learning environment is investigated in this paper.  ...  In the research survey is featuring a structural model, 256 college students who attended blended learning courses featuring precision teaching participated.  ...  S-JY201707), The Guangdong Province Philosophy and Social Science Planning Project (Grant No.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.631125 pmid:33613404 pmcid:PMC7892782 fatcat:64v6e7jshffqbex2edrgxspi7a

Making Pedagogy Tangible: Developing Skills and Knowledge Using a Team Teaching and Blended Learning Approach

Renée Crawford, Louise Jenkins
2018 Australian Journal of Teacher Education  
This paper provides an example of evidence-based practice, exploring how a team teaching and blended learning approach influenced the development of pre-service teachers (PSTs) competency skills and knowledge  ...  and provided authentic learning and teaching opportunities.  ...  As observers of this process, the teacher educators could see a reciprocal relationship between the tangible or visible pedagogy demonstrated in the discipline methods unit and the teachers' ability to  ... 
doi:10.14221/ajte.2018v43n1.8 fatcat:5zu3emydgferpbzswfokvwhyvq


Mirsalim E. Mamarajabov, Associate Professor, Department Of ", Mathematics Information Technology In And Education", Tashkent Pedagogical University, Uzbekistan
2022 European International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Management Studies  
and blended learning technologies and models in the process of improving the effectiveness of distance learning.  ...  This article focuses on pedagogical didactics in the process of improving the technology of training pedagogical staff in a digitalized learning environment, based on the application of distance learning  ...  live contact between the teacher and the student, as well as students with each other, in the process of performing team forms of work; a drop in motivation among students who do not have high educational  ... 
doi:10.55640/eijmrms-02-04-16 fatcat:siqiczhjhvfe3fnz7tzwrk6g6i

Understanding the dynamics of online learning communities; experiences from three university courses

Victoria Jae Chuang, Alejandro Ceballos, Helle Bundgaard, Peter Furu, Henrik Bregnhøj, Inez Harker-Schuch, Christian Bugge Henriksen
2016 Læring og Medier  
Many learning activities in online and blended learning courses require students to collaborate and work together with their peers.  ...  Online learning communities are a foundational element of online and blended learning.  ...  In a blended learning course on HIV-AIDS prevention, So and Brush (2008) found that perceived collaborative learning was correlated with both social presence and satisfaction level.  ... 
doi:10.7146/lom.v9i16.24412 fatcat:nnvegsvizjd2bjos7qhstedtvm

Collaborative Learning Strategies in Software Engineering Course

Shailey Chawla
2019 Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference  
This paper presents the research design for a Scholarship of Learning and Teaching project that aims to explore how the collaborative learning strategies can impact student learning in Software Engineering  ...  The existing literature for collaborative learning strategies used in University teaching is reviewed in light of demand in the industry for team work and collaboration.  ...  A qualitative study of findings from a focus group interview and online questionnaire has revealed how international students perceived lack of belongingness and low social engagement in higher education  ... 
dblp:conf/apsec/Chawla19 fatcat:r6qa7psk5bdb7jt7vxij5tt4ri

Simulating Collaboration in a Blended Course for Preservice Middle Grades Teachers: Attending to Team, Task, and Time

David C Virtue
2021 Current Issues in Middle Level Education  
In this article, I describe how I used student groupings in a blended course to provide opportunities for middle level preservice teachers to experience collaboration and teamwork.  ...  to experience collaboration and teamwork through practica and field work in clinical settings (Howell, Carpenter, & Jones, 2016) .  ... 
doi:10.20429/cimle.2021.250205 fatcat:k5wnhtzghzegrotflijjslvaea

The Importance and Invasiveness of Student Team Selection Criteria

Mary L. Connerley, Fred A. Mael
2001 Journal of Management Education  
In this way, we elicited the knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics needed to be a desirable and capable team member in a classroom setting.  ...  Desired grade in the class 61. Grades in previous similar projects Abilities and relevant experience Ability to express written thoughts . Problem with a learning disability .  ... 
doi:10.1177/105256290102500502 fatcat:dhzmu7em4zcdflllfz35ly7zku

An Analysis of Discipline and Personality in Blended Environments

Chan Chang Tik
2020 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
The purpose of the study is to investigate the interaction between discipline and personality in a blended classroom using the community of inquiry model.  ...  Correspondingly, there is a significant difference in social presence between the hard-applied and soft-pure disciplines across all the five personality traits.  ...  Of note, among other relationships, students' intellectual ability has been found to correlate highly with academic performance.  ... 
doi:10.21432/cjlt27883 doaj:6290bb49033e44e8862b724c746c649e fatcat:y3ux7d7z6jbnvnaidqhn2b36z4

Teamwork facilitation and conflict resolution training in a HyFlex course during the COVID ‐19 pandemic

Alejandra J. Magana, Tugba Karabiyik, Paul Thomas, Aparajita Jaiswal, Viranga Perera, James Dworkin
2022 Journal of Engineering Education  
a comparable learning experience to a traditional in-person mode.  ...  Conclusions: Learning strategies, pedagogical supports, and teamwork training can enhance social interactions, and consequently, students' social presence in online learning.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under Award IIS Number 2113991 and a Protect Purdue Innovations Faculty Grant.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jee.20450 fatcat:ebchbuefqzgyjfbuse2d7kbgkm

Modelling relationships between students' academic achievement and community of inquiry in an online learning environment for a blended course

Jeanette Lyn Fung Choy, Choon Lang Quek
2016 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
A revised form of the CoI survey instrument was administered to 167 polytechnic students (aged between 17 and 24) enrolled in a nutrition course in a polytechnic in Singapore.  ...  In addition, the continuous academic-related online performance mediated the relationships between the cognitive element and academic achievement.  ...  focus on exploring relationships between a specific set of variables.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.2500 fatcat:qryovwmerrd5bdhu727mkhdzl4

Formative Feedback to Improve Learning on a Teacher Education Degree using a Personal Learning Environment

Magnus M B Ross, Mary P Welsh
2007 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
The project ran during session 2006-07 involvingthe use of a series of tutor mediated self and peer assessedcore tasks associated with five distinct learning milestones.These were associated with identifiable  ...  Theseries of Core Tasks placed progressively increasingdemands on students so helping them develop moresophisticated learning skills as the year progresses.  ...  on their ability to engage in the course at a distance, but only 23.5% said it helped them organise their course work.  ... 
doaj:5c34003b16d449deae4e2f3a4cdec8ed fatcat:i7sahqlbrjednebryavgmz3wdy
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