The influence of direct instruction on asynchronous educational discussions

@inproceedings{Antonacci2011TheIO,
  title={The influence of direct instruction on asynchronous educational discussions},
  author={David M. Antonacci},
  year={2011}
}
Online learning is an important and rapidly growing area, and asynchronous discussions are a vital component of online courses. This doctoral study examined the influence of discussion moderator messages, specifically messages with direct instruction content, had on those discussions. This study obtained data from content analysis of course discussions. The subjects for this study were the instructor and all 15 students enrolled in a fully-online graduate course at a large, public university… CONTINUE READING

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