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Background and objectives As the Internet and developing technology creates and transforms teaching and learning processes, it brings new opportunities to the educational system (Esteves, Fonseca, Morgado & Martins, 2011). Synchronous and asynchronous communication tools such as online chats and forums enable students to communicate and complete their tasks(More)
This study investigated, via quasi-experiments, the effects of problem-based learning with flipped classroom (FPBL) on the development of students’ learning performance. In this study, 144 elementary school students were selected from six grade sections taking a course titled ‘Production of Ebook’, and were assigned into the following three groups: FPBL(More)
The vocational schools in Taiwan regard professional certifications as a badge of skills achievement. However, due to a national policy, pure online courses are not permitted. In this study, the authors conducted a quasi-experiment to examine the effects of applying blended learning (BL) with web-enabled self-regulated learning (SRL) to enhance students’(More)
Developing an appropriate design of blended learning with web-enabled self-regulated learning to enhance students' learning and thoughts regarding online learning Chia-Wen Tsai a , Pei-Di Shen b & Meng-Chuan Tsai c a Department of Information Management , Ming Chuan University , Taipei, Taiwan b Teacher Education Center , Ming Chuan University , Taipei,(More)
This article describes the design and delivery of a compulsory course in packaged software at vocational schools in Taiwan. A course website was devised and deployed to supplement learning activities in the traditional classroom. A series of quasi-experiments was conducted with innovative instructional designs, that is, webenabled problem-based learning(More)