Web Survey Bibliography
The purpose of the study was to investigate how web-based technology could be utilized and integrated with real-life scientific materials to stimulate the creativity of secondary school students. One certified science teacher and 31 seventh graders participated in this study. Several real-life experience science sessions integrated with online teaching were used for one semester. The study used an interpretive methodology, which was qualitative analysis rather than quantitative analysis. The main data included students’ online data, interviews, videotape recordings and the teacher’s journals. The results also showed that this study provided information to enhance students’ expression of sensitivity, fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration of scientific creativities. Students’ creativity was motivated by the online interactivities and the teacher’s inquiry. The difficulties and limitations of the teaching and learning environment included strong attraction toward the Internet, poor ability of students in word processing and discussion online, students’ utilitarianism due to the pressure of entrance examination, and large amount of time spent on explorative activities.
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Web Survey Bibliography - E-learning (24)
- Online-Befragungen im Kontext von Lehrevaluationen – praktisch und unzuverlässig; 2010; Meinefeld, W.
- Exploration of secondary students’ creativity by integrating web-based technology into an innovative...; 2009; Jang, S.- J.
- Statistical analysis of on-line courses; 2009; Baelter, O.
- Online vs. face-to-face discussion in a web-based research methods course for postgraduate nursing students...; 2008; Campbell, M., Gibson, W., Hall, A., Richards, D., Callery, P.
- Online Student Ratings: Increasing Response Rates; 2006; Nelson, D. L.
- Lessons Learned From Online vs. Paper-based Computer Information Students’ Evaluation System; 2005; Liegle, J., McDonald, D. S.
- Using Online Surveys to Evaluate Distance Education Programs; 2005; Strachota, E., Schmidt, S., Conceicao, S.
- Teacher-Student Interaction and Learning in On-line Theological Education. Part I: Concepts and Concerns...; 2005; Heinemann, M. H.
- The impact of Web-based instruction on transactional distance; 2004; Ramanau, R.
- Is the education on digital libraries adequate?; 2004; Yan, Q. L.
- Focused Online Discussions, Moments of Difficulty, and Student Understanding; 2004; Hodges, P. C.
- An investigation of relationships among instructor immediacy and affective and cognitive learning in...; 2004; Baker, J. D.
- Teaching online methods in higher education - the study module "Experimental Psychology" as an example...; 2004; Schulte, F. P., Heineken, E., Ollesch, H.
- The Seven E-learning Barriers Facing Employees; 2003; Mungania, P.
- Designing, implementing, and evaluating an educational digital library resource; 2003; Che Kassim, A. R., Kochtanek, T. R.
- Web accessible databases for electronic resource collections: a case study and its implications; 2003; Cohen, L. B., Calsada, M. M.
- Examining Online Instruction in Undergraduate Nursing Education; 2002; Christianson, L., Tiene, D., Luft, P.
- Online, but on target? Internet-based MBA courses; 2002; McGorry, S. Y.
- SurveyMonkey.com - Web-Based Survey and Evaluation System: http://www.SurveyMonkey.com; 2002; Gordon, A.
- Online business education in the twenty-first century: an analysis of potential target markets; 2001; Evans, J. R., Haase, I. M.
- A spectrometer in the bedroom—the development and potential of internet-based experiments; 2001; Cartwright, H. M., Valentine, K.
- Dimensions of Internet Science; 2001; Reips, U. -D., Bosnjak, M.
- Online Focus Group: A Tool to Evaluate Online Students' Course Experience; 1999; Monolescu, D., Schifter, C.
- Growing up digital; 1998; Tapscott, D.