Remedial Online Teaching on a Summer Course

@article{Rienties2006RemedialOT,
  title={Remedial Online Teaching on a Summer Course},
  author={Bart Rienties and Dirk T. Tempelaar and Dominique Waterval and Martin Rehm and Wim H. Gijselaers},
  journal={Industry and Higher Education},
  year={2006},
  volume={20},
  pages={327 - 336}
}
This paper is based on experiences with remedial online learning from a national collaboration initiative in the Netherlands involving the University of Amsterdam, Erasmus Rotterdam University and Maastricht University (www.web-spijkeren.nl). The central question is how prior knowledge tests and online remedial summer courses can contribute to mitigating the problems of heterogeneous student enrolment. Although the insights gathered for the paper are from pilots for first-year Bachelor's… 

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