GENDER AND ONLINE DISCOURSE IN THE PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

@inproceedings{Graddy2019GENDERAO,
  title={GENDER AND ONLINE DISCOURSE IN THE PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS},
  author={Duane Graddy},
  year={2019}
}
Collaboration is the heart of online learning. Interaction among course participants brings excitement to the online environment and creates knowledge as a group activity. Impediments to active collaboration reduce group, as well as individual, potentialities. Past studies of online discussions have found differences in the style of female and male conversations that could impede the learning process. The conversational styles of female and male students in two online principles of economics… CONTINUE READING

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