Material culture in virtual classrooms: student preferred resources in blended and online programs

Beata Malczewska-Webb, Alicia Vallero

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Abstract

Methodology: The aims of the project
- To examine the program design decisions based on pedagogical considerations and preferences in three online and blended programs in TESOL and Spanish at Bond University
- To evaluate student preferences and learning behaviour in the January semester 2014
- To determine a more universal framework features of successful pedagogical and technological choices for designing blended and online programs
Methodology: methods, tools, sample
- Case study analysis of the iterative process of program design in the seven subjects in the three programs
- The analysis of the reports generated by Blackboard on student learning behaviour between January and April 2014
- Sample:
2 Subjects in MA TESOL: blended; online
3 Subjects in Graduate Certificate in TESOL (one program): blended; online
2 Spanish subjects Level 1 and 4: blended

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - May 2014
Event26th International Conference - Second Language Acquisition : Material culture in studying second/foreign language acquisition and learning - Szczyrk, Poland
Duration: 22 May 201424 May 2014
Conference number: 26th

Conference

Conference26th International Conference - Second Language Acquisition
Abbreviated titleICFSLA
Country/TerritoryPoland
CitySzczyrk
Period22/05/1424/05/14

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