Web-Based Instruction, Learning Effectiveness and Learning Behavior: The Impact of Relatedness
Chich-Jen Shieh 1, Ying Liao 2, Ridong Hu 2 *
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1 Chang Jung Christian University, TAIWAN2 Huaqiao University, CHINA* Corresponding Author


This study aims to discuss the effects of Web-based Instruction and Learning Behavior on Learning Effectiveness. Web-based Instruction contains the dimensions of Active Learning, Simulation-based Learning, Interactive Learning, and Accumulative Learning; and, Learning Behavior covers Learning Approach, Learning Habit, and Learning Attitude. The directors of Web-based Instruction Centers and the students in ten universities in Taiwan and China are selected as the research subjects for on-site questionnaire distribution and collection. Within the 500 copies distributed, total 382 valid ones are retrieved, with the retrieval rate 76%. The research findings show the partially significant correlations between Web-based Instruction and Learning Behavior, between Learning Behavior and Learning Effectiveness, and between Web-based Instruction and Learning Effectiveness. At the end, several suggestions are proposed for the practice of Web-based Instruction.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, 2013, Volume 9, Issue 4, 405-410


Publication date: 14 Dec 2013

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