The Effect of Blended Learning on Developing Critical Thinking Skills

Khaled Nahs Raqas Alotaibi
2013 Education Journal  
The present study aimed to investigate the effect of blended learning on developing critical thinking skills of a sample of students at Teachers' College in King Saud University. The study sample included 58 students who were divided randomly into two groups; one was an experimental group with 27 students and the other was a control group with 31 students. The following tools were used: E-courses, Watson -Glaser Critical Thinking Test (short form.)The researcher taught the experimental group
more » ... ng blended learning via Blackboard, while the control group was taught using traditional education. The results showed that: There were no statistically significant differences between the experimental group and the control group in critical thinking skills.
doi:10.11648/ fatcat:dh5fd3sftna3vdevs6kjkka77m