Student’s Reflections on Their Learning and Note-Taking Activities in a Blended Learning Course

  title={Student’s Reflections on Their Learning and Note-Taking Activities in a Blended Learning Course},
  author={Minoru Nakayama and Kouichi Mutsuura and Hiroh Yamamoto},
  journal={Behaviormetrics: Quantitative Approaches to Human Behavior},
Student's emotional aspects are often discussed in order to promote better learning activity in blended learning courses. To observe these factors, course participant's self efficacy and reflections upon their studies were surveyed, in addition to the surveying of the metrics of student's characteristics during a Bachelor level credit course. Regarding the causal relationships between these factors, the contributions of the factors of self efficacy and other characteristics were evaluated. The… 
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