An exploratory study to determine students ’ perceptions of the value of interaction in an Australian classroom context and the perceived impact on learning outcomes

@inproceedings{McDonald2008AnES,
  title={An exploratory study to determine students ’ perceptions of the value of interaction in an Australian classroom context and the perceived impact on learning outcomes},
  author={Jacquelin McDonald and Dawn Birch and Anthony Gray and Raj Gururajan and Ray Hingst and Michael Maguire},
  year={2008}
}
Interaction has long been a defining and critical component of the educational process, whatever the classroom context (Anderson 2003). This paper presents findings of a study to explore the perceptions of students at an Australian univeristy towards various types interactivity in the classroom. The study also investigates students perceptions of how interactivity in the classroom impacts on cognitive, affective and behavioural learning outcomes. In a recent review of the literature Muirhead… CONTINUE READING

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