A blended learning Approach to teaching foreign policy: Student experiences of learning through face-to-face and online discussion and their relationship to academic performance

@article{Bliuc2011ABL,
  title={A blended learning Approach to teaching foreign policy: Student experiences of learning through face-to-face and online discussion and their relationship to academic performance},
  author={Ana-Maria Bliuc and Robert A. Ellis and Peter Goodyear and Leanne Piggott},
  journal={Computers & Education},
  year={2011},
  volume={56},
  pages={856-864}
}
This article presents research on students' experiences of learning through a blend of face-to-face and online discussion. The participants in our study were students enrolled in a foreign policy course at a major Australian university. Students' conceptions of learning through discussion, and their approaches to both face-to-face and online discussion, were elicited through open-ended questionnaires and semi-structured interviews. Students' responses to both open-ended questionnaires and… CONTINUE READING

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