Effect of Blended Learning Approach on Student Nurses' Attitudes and Academic Achievement

@inproceedings{Riad2013EffectOB,
  title={Effect of Blended Learning Approach on Student Nurses' Attitudes and Academic Achievement},
  author={Neima Ali Riad and Mahmoud Fattouh Saadat and Amina Ibrahim Badawy},
  year={2013}
}
Although  various blended approaches that integrate online components into traditional classes continue to grow rapidly, they still remain at an early stage of development. Consequently, developers and deliverers of online learning need more understanding of how students perceive and react to elements of e-learning (since student perception and attitude is critical to motivation and learning) along with how to apply these approaches most effectively to enhance learning. The Aim : aim of the… CONTINUE READING

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