Process and learning outcomes from remotely-operated, simulated, and hands-on student laboratories

@article{Corter2011ProcessAL,
  title={Process and learning outcomes from remotely-operated, simulated, and hands-on student laboratories},
  author={James E. Corter and Sven K. Esche and Constantin Chassapis and Jing Ma and Jeffrey V. Nickerson},
  journal={Computers & Education},
  year={2011},
  volume={57},
  pages={2054-2067}
}
A large-scale, multi-year, randomized study compared learning activities and outcomes for hands-on, remotely-operated, and simulation-based educational laboratories in an undergraduate engineering course. Students (N 1⁄4 458) worked in small-group lab teams to perform two experiments involving stress on a cantilever beam. Each team conducted the experiments in one of three lab formats (hands-on, remotely-operated, or simulation-based), collecting data either individually or as a team. Lab… CONTINUE READING
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