Examining Teacher Verbal Immediacy and Sense of Classroom Community in Online Classes

@inproceedings{SHUFANG2008ExaminingTV,
  title={Examining Teacher Verbal Immediacy and Sense of Classroom Community in Online Classes},
  author={NI SHU-FANG},
  year={2008}
}
  • NI SHU-FANG
  • Published 2008
This study used quantitative measures to gather data from online students to analyze the effects of perceptions about teacher verbal immediacy and classroom community on stu-dents' level of satisfaction, perceived learning, and online discussion frequency. Using convenience sampling, 214 students were recruited from undergraduate and graduate online courses. A bivariate correlation, multiple linear regression, and two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) were used for data analysis. The Pearson… CONTINUE READING

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