The purpose of this study was to determine if differences existed in sense of classroom community for computer-mediated instruction (CMI) students in terms of learning style (defined as a preference for independent/individualistic or social/cooperative learning). Differences in sense of social community were investigated, as well as differences in sense of learning community. Differences in sense of classroom community were also investigated in terms of gender, age group, and extent of previous successful CMI experience. In addition, the study sought to identify any differences that existed in learning style preference with respect to gender, age, and previous successful CMI experience.Information gathered in this survey may assist educators and administrators involved in online learning in creating more ... all WPCC online students who return a fully- completed survey will be eligible for a random drawing to award (2) $50.00anbsp;...
|Title||:||Learning Style Preference, Sense of Classroom Community, Gender, Age, and Previous Experience Within Computer-mediated Instruction (CMI).|
|Author||:||Daniel Rudolph Smith|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|