Demand for e-learning is being driven by a need for flexibility according to the student satisfaction. The satisfaction degree conditions the performance and the way students learn. In this work a case study aimed at assessing the performance and satisfaction of students enjoying adaptive learning processes in blended and pure teaching scenarios is presented. In particular, two groups of students attending the Web Development Technologies course of the Bachelor program in Computer Science at the University of Salerno have been selected to evaluate the benefits of adaptive learning processes, as well as to compare the results achieved from the experimentation of both blended and pure teaching approaches.

Adaptive learning processes in Pure and Blended Teaching Approaches

SCANNIELLO, GIUSEPPE
2005

Abstract

Demand for e-learning is being driven by a need for flexibility according to the student satisfaction. The satisfaction degree conditions the performance and the way students learn. In this work a case study aimed at assessing the performance and satisfaction of students enjoying adaptive learning processes in blended and pure teaching scenarios is presented. In particular, two groups of students attending the Web Development Technologies course of the Bachelor program in Computer Science at the University of Salerno have been selected to evaluate the benefits of adaptive learning processes, as well as to compare the results achieved from the experimentation of both blended and pure teaching approaches.
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