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Student-Student Interaction In An Online Continuing Professional Development Course: Testing Anderson's Equivalency Theorem
Continuing education programs for laboratory professionals benefit from the creation of a community of inquiry which encourages students to think critically and learn deeply. Student-student interactions are an essential ...
Deep Learning and Cognitive Presence in Collaborative Web-Based Learning Environments: Student and Instructor Perspectives
This study examines the ability of online distance education courses using CMC and constructivist assessment tools to support cognitive presence and deep learning. Four online focus groups were conducted, three among ...
A Community College Distance Education Delivery Model For A Post Diploma/Degree Human Services Management Certificate Program
From 2005 to 2006, the Community Studies Department Chair at Algonquin College approached relevant program advisory committees with the intention of developing a post diploma/degree certificate program in the area of front ...
Acquistion Of Soft Skills And Affective Outcomes In Online Distance Education: A Secondary School Study
Canada is facing a shortage of workers skilled in affective outcomes, specifically soft skills. Some fingers are pointing to the primary and secondary institutions for failing to aptly prepare future employees with those ...