Yu-Fen and Huai-En
Greener Journal of Educational Research Vol. 2 (3), pp. 042-053, October 2012
Manuscript Number: 10031277
Is Students’ Learning Improved by Computer-Assisted Programmed Instruction? An Experiment in Blended Learning
*1Yu-Fen Chen and 2Huai-En Mo
1Associate Professor/ Department of Accounting Information, Chihlee Institute of Technology, Taiwan.
2Associate Professor/ Department of Industrial Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, R.O.C.
*Corresponding Author’s Email: bephd @ mail.chihlee.edu.tw
Due to the increased popularity
of e-learning, the phrase “blended learning” has recaptured
people’s attention. The manner in which blended-learning
classes can be designed to improve learning effectiveness
has become an important issue. This study combines classroom
learning (abbreviated as C) with computer-assisted
programmed instruction (abbreviated as E) to implement C +
E. Based on the principle of programmed instruction,
teaching material for the computer-assisted instruction (CAI)
for a statistics course was produced, and a teaching
experiment was conducted in various statistics courses at a
university of technology. The results indicated that, as
opposed to the “traditional classroom learning,” the blended
learning of “computer-assisted programmed instruction”
increased students’ learning effectiveness.
Keywords: Computer-Assisted Programmed Instruction, Classroom Learning, Blended Learning, Learning Effectiveness
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