The post features a quantitative study conducted between Dec 2020 and Feb 2021 to explore student’s perspectives on e-learning vs. face-to-face learning. The findings highlight the student’s preferred learning method, pros and cons of e-learning vs. classroom-based learning, level of student engagement, and more.
The closure of schools worldwide due to the Coronavirus outbreak undoubtedly affected the education sector. Educators, instructors, students, parents, and policy-makers felt the ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, most learning institutions globally shifted faster to online learning to effectively adapt and mitigate the constraints imposed by the new normal.
Gherhes et al. (2021) conducted a quantitative study between December 2020 and February 2021 to investigate students’ perceptions of e-learning vs. face-to-face learning.
Participants: The study involved 604 students.
Data collection instrument: Anonymous online questionnaire.
- What form of learning do students prefer, online learning or classroom-based learning?
- What are the pros and cons of e-learning…
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