Levels of Cognition Reached in Agricultural Distance Education Courses in Comparison to On- Campus Courses and to Faculty Perceptions concerning an Appropriate Level

@inproceedings{Pilcher2001LevelsOC,
  title={Levels of Cognition Reached in Agricultural Distance Education Courses in Comparison to On- Campus Courses and to Faculty Perceptions concerning an Appropriate Level},
  author={Carol L. Pilcher},
  year={2001}
}
  • Carol L. Pilcher
  • Published 2001
The purpose of this study was to describe and compare the assessed cognitive level of instruction in agricultural courses taught at a distance to findings from previous research involving on-campus courses and to professors’ perceptions of an appropriate level. The populations for the study consisted of all Iowa State University College of Agriculture distance education courses (N=13) and their instructors (N=11) during a two-year period. Instructors desired to achieve practically identical… CONTINUE READING

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