Students Attitudes toward Blended Learning among students of the University of Jordan


  •  Fatima Aladwan    
  •  Hussam N. Fakhouri    
  •  Abedalsalam Alawamrah    
  •  Osama Rababah    

Abstract

Information and communication Technology and the use of internet has added many values to the educational process. Many approaches has been developed for this purpose including e-learning, distant learning and recently blended learning. Many universities are adopting these approaches for teaching students. Therefore this research aims to examine attitudes of University of Jordan students toward blended learning. A sample of 250 students were selected to complete online questionnaire who have taken blended coursest hat contains aspects of knowledge about and attitude toward blended learning and a high level of preferring toward blended learning. The results of the study indicated that blended learning is useful to Students, and that most students fully understand the goals of e-learning through blended learning. In general the students have shown positive attitude towered blended learning. Furthermore, they have shown adequate information about the field of blended learning and to decide when and how to use the resources provided to them through blended learning. it also indicated that blended learning is more effective than traditional way of teaching to develop and improve the knowledge and skills. The results also indicated that electronic resources provide through blended learning is an effective way that help students to get knowledge and improve their skills, and it has tremendous effect on students life to take responsibility for their own learning process.


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  • ISSN(Print): 1913-1844
  • ISSN(Online): 1913-1852
  • Started: 2007
  • Frequency: monthly

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